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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outrage.
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- adj. deeply angered at something unjust or wrong; incensed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. angered at something unjust or wrong
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The blacks were not outraged from the standpoint of cleanliness; they often took baths in the cauldrons themselves.
So outraged is Gross by the Fed's anticipated policy that he gives it a nickname.
To say the Professor was outraged, is an understatement.
Could it possibly be that the Dem's outraged is purely politically motivated in this case, and that McKenna is taking the moral high ground?
As a white Obama supporter I am once again outraged by these kind of divisive comments. .why won't all these preachers on BOTH sides of the aisle just shut the hell up!!
To be honest with you I think the most we can hope for from this lameduck congress is for the Dems to offer a plan and then make each and every Republican vote against it so that the nation will be once again outraged that the Republicans are playing politics instead of trying for solutions.
Perhaps part of the reason I at least am so outraged is because I've had to live the long-term consequences of decisions made as if they're "best" for me, sometimes by people who thought that I would never understand or object.
The Italian team, its national delegation and media contingent remain outraged by several questionable calls in a game supervised by Ecuadorian referee Byron Moreno, who red-carded star Francesco Totti in overtime.
Somebody criticized me for using the word outraged well reading some of the comments in this thread, that's exactly how it looks to me!!!!!
And Barack Obama says he's "outraged" -- outraged at some of his former pastor's comments.