retribution, retributive justice; anger and contempt combined with a feeling that it is one's right to feel that way; anger without guilt
Cravens pulled out her autographed Breitbart book, righteous indignation.
And if I challenge the credibility of your doctrine you will respond with righteous indignation.
At MSNBC, he seems happy in his work, never mind that he seems to live at a constant pitch of righteous indignation.
But even more, he seems to embody all the self-righteousness that the righteous indignation of the Bush years has curdled into.
You really have to do something Bruce Banner-like to me, to cause me to go into my righteous indignation mode.
And more to this effect, uttered in the heated language of righteous indignation.
I feel better now, after venting my righteous indignation on this subject.
It came in a wave of righteous indignation, and like the gust of a whirlwind striking the spars of a rotting ship.
Philip, I do hope you are not subject to fits of “righteous indignation!”
Justice Overdo mentions the Bermudas with a righteous indignation.