- adj. 愤慨的；愤愤不平的
- 愤怒的,愤慨的,义愤的 angry and scornful, especially at injustice or because of undeserved blame, etc.
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"
- People are indignant by their shooting of innocent civilians.
- He is indignant at the false accusation.
- The indignant customer complained to the manager.
- The indignant old lady glanced at the young man.
- Secretly she became more and more indignant.
- At that time he was very indignant.
- I am indignant with you about your remark.
- He was indignant about the incident at the railway station.
- He was indignant at what I said.
- She was indignant at being spoken to so rudely.
- We were indignant that they should make fun of the disabled.
- What she said made him very indignant.
- These words made the boy indignant.
He feels indignant that Helena's brother should dispose of him so coolly.出自： Dickens
He published an indignant pamphlet on the subject of his wrongs.出自： C. R. Markham
- indignant是由于不公平的或冤屈的事情而使人感到气愤,含有抱不平的意思。indignant表示“对某人气愤”时常与介词with连用,而表示“对某事气愤”时则多与at, about等介词连用。
- indignant, angry, furious, raging
- ☆ 1580年左右进入英语，直接源自拉丁语 indignans，意为不值得。