In 2012, she wrote letters to each member of Congress because she was “indignant.”
It was enough to get even the normally amiable Louis Armstrong indignant.
What's going on is obvious to all, but of course any mention of what is being done is met with indignant denials.
They have taken to the streets of Spain in the thousands, calling themselves The indignant Ones.
With the sentencing of a Nobel Prize winner to house arrest, Burma is back in the indignant news.
I was indignant that one of so fine a nature should be compelled to travel thus.
But those who knew Hester, especially the women of them, were indignant with him.
The wayfarer opened his mouth and closed it suddenly on a half-spoken and indignant refusal of this honor.
It made the dark blood flow into black Dirk's indignant face.
The hard, indignant words belied the quivering gladness of the voice that greeted her in every tone with its relief and surrender.
1580s, from Latin indignantem (nominative indignans) "impatient, reluctant, indignant," present participle of indignari "to be displeased at, be indignant" (see indignation). Related: Indignantly.