- n. 暴行；愤怒；义愤
- vt. 凌辱；激怒
- 严重的不道德行为，严重违法，不法行为， 违法行为
- [U]义愤,愤慨 strong resentment or anger
- [U]暴行 (act of) great violence or cruelty
- [C]骇人听闻的事件 act or event that shocks or angers the public
a feeling of righteous anger
a wantonly cruel act
a disgraceful event
the act of scandalizing
strike with disgust or revulsion;
"The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"
violate the sacred character of a place or language;
"desecrate a cemetery"
"violate the sanctity of the church"
"profane the name of God"
force (someone) to have sex against their will;
"The woman was raped on her way home at night"
- The Government has been dilatory in condemning the outrage.
- We should never forget the outrage committed by the Japanese invaders.
- All right-minded people will be surely shocked by this outrage.
- Her answer was greeted with cries of outrage.
- The judge's remarks caused public outrage.
- He was outraged by their behavior.
- They were outraged by the announcement of massive price increases.
- When he heard the news he reacted with a sense of outrage.
- The use of H-bombs would be an outrage against humanity.
I bore the diminution of my riches without any outrages of sorrow.出自： S. Johnson
Wherever there is war there is misery and outrage.出自： W. Cowper
'Now let us lie down, my wife'. Langton then outraged her for the whole night.出自：Weekend World (Johannesburg)