Definitions for outrageˈaʊt reɪdʒ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word outrage
a feeling of righteous anger
a wantonly cruel act
a disgraceful event
scandalization, scandalisation, outrage(verb)
the act of scandalizing
shock, offend, scandalize, scandalise, appal, appall, outrage(verb)
strike with disgust or revulsion
"The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"
desecrate, profane, outrage, violate(verb)
violate the sacred character of a place or language
"desecrate a cemetery"; "violate the sanctity of the church"; "profane the name of God"
rape, ravish, violate, assault, dishonor, dishonour, outrage(verb)
force (someone) to have sex against their will
"The woman was raped on her way home at night"
To cause to become very angry; as, the burning of the flag outraged the small conservative town.
Origin: [F. outrager. See Outrage, n.]
An excessively violent or vicious attack; an atrocity.
An offensive, immoral or indecent act.
The resentful anger aroused by such acts.
A destructive rampage.
"by the outrage and fury of the river Effra" (from an old description of flood damage).
to cause or commit an outrage.
to cause resentment through such acts.
Origin: From and oltrage, from *ultragium or *ultraticum ("a going beyond") and from ultra; rather than from out and rage. The verb is from oltragier.
OutRage! is a British LGBT rights group. It describes itself as "a broad based group of queers committed to radical, non-violent direct action and civil disobedience" and was formed to advocate that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have the same rights as heterosexual people, to end homophobia and anti-LGBT violence and to affirm the right of queer people to their "sexual freedom, choice and self-determination". It is a group which has at times been criticised for outing individuals who wanted to keep their sexual orientation private and for being xenophobic towards Afro-Caribbean culture and music in their Stop Murder Music campaign. Members of the organisation have also been arrested in the course of some of their actions, and although the membership has declined since the early 1990s, OutRage! remains active.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The actual outrage is wildly misplaced.
No one becomes forty without incredulity and a sense of outrage.
The one thing we all share is the outrage over what's going on in Spain.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has been silent on this. And that ’s an outrage.
It is not righteousness to outrage A brave man dead, not even though you hate him.
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Translations for outrage
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- ràbia, atrocitat, indignar, indignació, ultratgeCatalan, Valencian
- Untat, Frevel, Wut, Rage, Beleidigung, Schande, Gräueltat, SchandtatGerman
- έκτροπο, προσβάλλω, προσβολή, αίσχος, οργή, ωμότητα, καταισχύνω, αγριότηταGreek
- cólera, desafuero, atrocidad, atropello, ultraje, indignación, rabia, indignarSpanish
- outrage, rage, offense, indigner, colèreFrench
- oltraggio, oltraggiare, sdegno, indignazioneItalian
- 非道, 乱暴, 激怒, 憤慨, 憤怒, 暴行Japanese
- belediging, razernij, woede, wandaadDutch
- ultraje, atrocidade, raivaPortuguese
- furie, atrocitate, mânie, ultraj, ultragiaRomanian
- грубое нарушение, беспредел, произвол, акт произвола, злодеяние, негодование, безобразие, возмутительный поступок, гнев, яростьRussian
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