Outrage in a sentence as a noun

The only thing left of Google that they haven't managed to screw up or cause outrage over is search.

I don't see the kind of anger and outrage against this as we had against alcohol.

Based on other comments, there seems to be no issue of asset "theft".So does the minimalist design copy warrant outrage?

If that graphic - that taunting smiley face, drawn when it was assumed that no one was watching - isn't enough to outrage the general public, I don't know what it will take.

I expected to agree with you, but I just felt mounting horror, outrage and a realisation that things are beyond a line I never knew existed.

Outrage in a sentence as a verb

* I think that the site has been "holed below the waterline" by the NSA stuff and the subsequent flood of articles, as well as the "outrage" articles about various grave injustices.

That demonstrating outrage here is in some way invalid since similar outrage was not demonstrated in every other similar situation?

I'm going to go out on a limb and register a slight discomfort with the increasing use of HN as a "court of public opinion" in very fact-bound disputes like this one. I can sort of see resorting to it out of desperation, but I'm afraid the Internet Lynch Mob has a very high ratio of outrage to effort spent actually investigating.

One of the peculiar attributes of Amazon's action against us is that it was well publicized within Amazon -- and was apparently a result of outrage by a high-ranking executive after he learned that the former AWS engineer not only was working for a competitor, but had the gumption to open source a technology that he developed here.

Outrage definitions


a feeling of righteous anger

See also: indignation


a wantonly cruel act


a disgraceful event

See also: scandal


the act of scandalizing

See also: scandalization scandalisation


strike with disgust or revulsion; "The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"

See also: shock offend scandalize scandalise appal appall


violate the sacred character of a place or language; "desecrate a cemetery"; "violate the sanctity of the church"; "profane the name of God"

See also: desecrate profane violate


force (someone) to have sex against their will; "The woman was raped on her way home at night"

See also: rape ravish violate assault dishonor dishonour