Cue a bevy of family watchdog groups ringing in 2013 with horror and outrage.
The blogosphere is afire with outrage: A rich do-nothing given probation for raping his three-year-old daughter!
There was no outrage over “Bros before Hoes” or “Iron My Shirt.”
Stewart's outrage at the sensationalism and superficiality of cable is largely on target.
I think the major question will be how intense the outrage is in the beginning of January.
It was an outrage on Oriental custom; and as such the narrative sets it before us.
Burke was fairly gasping over this outrage against his authority.
Abuse, cruelty, outrage, accumulated on the heads of the poor Aleuts.
The outrage on the Warden was not so grotesque, but the effect was the same.
Their doctrines contain assertions which seem expressly imagined to outrage common sense.
c.1300, "evil deed, offense, crime; affront, indignity," from Old French outrage "harm, damage; insult; criminal behavior; presumption, insolence, overweening" (12c.), earlier oltrage (11c.), from Vulgar Latin *ultraticum "excess," from Latin ultra "beyond" (see ultra-). Etymologically, "the passing beyond reasonable bounds" in any sense; meaning narrowed in English toward violent excesses because of folk etymology from out + rage. Of injuries to feelings, principles, etc., from 1769.
c.1300, "to go to excess, act immoderately," from outrage (n.). From 1580s with meaning "do violence to." Related: Outraged; outraging.