Thesaurus / outrage


For too long now, it has largely been sporadic cases of outrage from the general public that have led to some accountability for these companies.
George Floyd’s death spurred worldwide outrage and a wider reckoning with structural racism in America.
Current and former employees alike have used this moment in history to take their concerns and outrage to social media, calling out businesses who have promised to be more diverse and inclusive, only to fall short.
Public outrage around that 1969 fire spawned a national reckoning on water pollution and led to the creation of the Clean Water Act, the Environmental Protection Agency, and Earth Day.
Prime Minister Hassan Diab and his Cabinet on Monday resigned amid growing outrage over the blast.
Even if you don’t opt in to every news alert about the latest shooting or political outrage, somebody close to you probably does, and they’ll let you know about it.
Insult and outrage seemed to have given that bodily vigour to Ripperda, which medicine and surgery had taken no pains to restore.
On this outrage he took the advice of Foote, who told him never to play so high again.
The populace, excited by the outrage attacked three Austrian officers, of whom two were slain.
For this outrage they were sentenced to lie 24 hours with their heads and feet tied together.


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