qonunni qo'pol ravishda buzish, kishini achchiqlantiradigan, g'azablantiradigan, g'azabini keltiradigan holat, zo'ravonlik, g'azab
- g'azabhaqoratga uchraganvahshiyliklarningkızdırdı
Noun(1) a feeling of righteous anger(2) a wantonly cruel act(3) a disgraceful event(4) the act of scandalizing
Verb(1) strike with disgust or revulsion(2) violate the sacred character of a place or language(3) force (someone
(1) In this case, the words of the judge who approved his removal have caused justifiable outrage .(2) Eloquent leaders with strong voices of unmediated outrage have emerged.(3) A bomb outrage to have any influence on public opinion must go beyond the intention of vengeance or terrorism.(4) On a daily basis, Yale students and professors express the moral outrage they feel toward our criminal justice system.(5) Five voices rose to a shout of outrage and indignation.(6) The murder sparked public outrage in the province and led to renewed calls for the death sentence.(7) Make it a call but make it an informed call and one you deliberate on and just is not a knee-jerk reaction to the moral outrage in the community.(8) Matters of preference, like music and interior design, do not provoke moral outrage .(9) The news provoked widespread outrage from the families of people in care.(10) A loud rumbling of outrage erupted from various groups and the councilman had to order them to be quiet.(11) The chamber sparked public outrage by doing so at the time.(12) The federal order to stop discriminating provoked outrage on the part of several school board members.(13) Anger, outrage , disgust, fear and irritation are some of the expected responses of women who are open enough to talk about this growing problem.(14) her voice trembled with outrage(15) But then there are always a handful of ads that still have the capacity to shock and outrage me.(16) It was the first time I had ever detected a trace of anger or outrage in her voice.
(1) outrage :: g'azab
1. indignation ::
2. scandal ::
3. atrocity ::
4. scandalization ::
5. enrage ::
6. rape ::
8. profane ::
1. delight ::
2. pleasure ::
Different Formsoutrage, outraged, outrages, outraging
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