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verb. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] strike with disgust or revulsion.
- churn up
Rhymes with Outrage
Sentences with outrage
1. Noun, singular or mass
This loss of American life caused outrage in the United States and turned public opinion against Germany.
Quotes about outrage
1. Why were you lurking under our window?""Yes - yes, good point, Petunia! What were you doing under our windows, boy?""Listening to the news,"said Harry in a resigned voice.His aunt and uncle exchanged looks of outrage."Listening to the news! Again?""Well, it changes every day, you see,"said Harry.
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
2. You think I'd cheat on you?"I demanded with all the innocent outrage I could muster."With another guy, no. With a cheeseburger . . . in a heartbeat.
- Lisa Kleypas, Smooth Talking Stranger
noun. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] a wantonly cruel act.
noun. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] a feeling of righteous anger.
- high dudgeon
- conform to
verb. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] force (someone) to have sex against their will.
- set on
noun. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] a disgraceful event.
- skeleton in the closet
- skeleton in the cupboard
verb. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] violate the sacred character of a place or language.
- venial sin
- good humor
noun. ['ˈaʊˌtreɪdʒ'] the act of scandalizing.