One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there was widespread public outrage at the proposal’
indignation, fury, anger, rage, disapproval, wrath, shock, resentment, horror, disgust, amazement
2‘that young children are starving to death is an outrage’
affront, scandal, offence, insult, injustice, disgrace, infamy
3‘no group has yet claimed responsibility for the bomb outrage’
atrocity, act of brutality, act of savagery, act of violence, evil, abomination, obscenity, act of wickedness, crime, wrong, horror, enormity, violation, brutality, barbarism, barbarity, inhumane act, villainy, disgrace
1‘his remarks outraged his female parishioners’
enrage, infuriate, incense, anger, scandalize, offend, give offence to, make indignant, affront, be an affront to, shock, horrify, disgust, revolt, repel, appal, displease
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