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INDIGNATIONSTRESSES [ˌindiɡˈnāSH(ə)n]

NOUN
indignation (noun)

  • anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment.
Synonyms: resentment . umbrage . affront . disgruntlement . anger . distress . unhappiness . discontent . dissatisfaction . displeasure . hurt . pain . upset . offense . pique . spleen . crossness . exasperation . vexation . irritation . annoyance . chagrin . ire . contentment .

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Kids Definition of indignation. : anger caused by something unjust or unworthy. Keep scrolling for more. Comments on indignation. What made you want to look up indignation?

When does indignation start in The New Yorker?

— Alex Ross, The New Yorker, 25 June 2021 The refinery purchase has only added to the indignation. — Rodrigo Pérez Ortega, Science | AAAS, 23 June 2021 But across much of the country, the announcement was met with indignation.

When is earnest indignation a counterproductive thing?

— Eric Zorn, chicagotribune.com, 18 June 2021 Earnest indignation, on the other hand, can be counterproductive. — New York Times, 4 June 2021 The incident also prompted indignation from Bulgarian president Rumen Radev.

What did John Updike mean by indignation in the afterlife?

— John Updike, The Afterlife, 1994 The decision to close the factory has aroused the indignation of the townspeople. He adopted a tone of moral indignation.

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