outraged[ out-reyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF outraged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTRAGED
The girl was appalled by the mercilessness of a destiny that had so outraged right.
Cassidy sneered, outraged by such impudence on the part of an ex-convict.
They quite blocked the pathway, oblivious to everything but their outraged feelings.
The woman, the amorosa, alone remained in her, outraged and exasperated by a rival.
I am glad that public decency is not to be outraged by their embarking together.
It so outraged him and upset him that for hours he would behave like a demon.
The floodgates were opened; outraged nature was taking her revenge.
His amour-propre, his long fidelity, his deep affection—all were outraged.
I respect the natural indignation of an outraged father, but—ahem!
Outraged dignity and injured pride were expressed in every line of her figure.