indignation

[ in-dig-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF indignation

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Eudora's countenance kindled with indignation, as she listened to what Milza had told.

Robert was not the only one who witnessed with indignation the captain's brutality.

Dr. Everett said again, a surge of indignation rushing over him.

No wonder he flushed and stood silent, lost for words to express his indignation.

Napoleon looked at his uncle the canon with indignation and denial on his face.

Indignation toward Martin gathered volume with her returning strength.

My indignation nearly got the better of me this time, but I do not think he noticed it.

His scared eyes blazed with indignation: it would hurt terribly.

The indignation of a betrayed tight-rope performer was strong within him.

This Nelson felt, and this he expressed, with indignation, among his friends.

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