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"
- Gwendolyn Hatcher, former inspector general of the city Department of Cultural Affairs, told a federal jury that an outraged Myerson stormed into her office with three of her top aides in tow.
- Ashamed into anger and at the instigation of Mrs.Tooth, the outraged husbands attached Jack.
- Incompetence outraged him.