from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who outrages or violates; a flagrant violator.


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  • Women have killed themselves rather than submit to outrage; they have killed the outrager; they have escaped; or they have submitted -- sometimes seeming to get on very well with the victor afterward.


  • I know you for a cruel, cold-blooded murderer, an outrager of women, a thief, and an outlaw.

    My Lady of Doubt

  • And Lydia, with eyes that blazed like flame, watched the Bishop turn and walk frigidly up the sands, his indignation against this outrager of the Church declaring itself in every footfall.

    The Moccasin Maker


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