Definitions for indignantɪnˈdɪg nənt
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indignant, incensed, outraged, umbrageous(adj)
angered at something unjust or wrong
"an indignant denial"; "incensed at the judges' unfairness"; "a look of outraged disbelief"; "umbrageous at the loss of their territory"
Showing anger or indignation, especially at something unjust or wrong.
Origin: From indignans, present participle of indignari, from in- + , from dignus.
affected with indignation; wrathful; passionate; irate; feeling wrath, as when a person is exasperated by unworthy or unjust treatment, by a mean action, or by a degrading accusation
Origin: [L. indignans, -antis, p. pr. of indignari to be indignant, disdain. See Indign.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Do not weep do not wax indignant. Understand.
Do not weep; do not wax indignant. Understand.
No one lies so boldly as the man who is indignant.
You must learn day by day, year by year to broaden your horizon. The more things you love, the more you are interested in, the more you enjoy, the more you are indignant about, the more you have left when anything happens.
These are bagpipes. I understand the inventor of the bagpipes was inspired when he saw a man carrying an indignant, asthmatic pig under his arm. Unfortunately, the man-made sound never equaled the purity of the sound achieved by the pig.
Translations for indignant
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- indignatCatalan, Valencian
- rozhořčený, pobouřenýCzech
- närkästynyt, tuohtunutFinnish
- felháborodott, dühösHungarian
- возмущённый, негодующийRussian
- غصّہ ورUrdu
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