Synonyms for outrage:
apoplexy, temper, persecute, frustration, self-reproach, conniption, annoyance, acrimony, contumely, desperation, exasperation, rancor, snit, hissy fit, hysterics, venom, aggression, vexation, ill feeling, asperity, bad blood, grudge, insult, displeasure, aggravation, slow burn, backlash, grievance.
Other synonyms and related words:
dart, enrapture, monstrosity, impairment, grudge, despoil, appall, despite, scandal, spite, rancor, dishonour, disturb, aggrieve, Birse, subvert, scandalize, personality, floor, irateness, appal, disadvantage, dishonor, desecrate, incense, resentment, sarcasm, annoyance, cruelty, gird, mood, barb, furor, indignation, round, demoralize, detriment, impatience, plunder, infuriate, wound, lividity, madness, infract, injure, vitiate, exasperation, horrify, debauch, rankle, alarm, wrathfulness, exasperate, scandalization, vexation, stir, go against, hurt, venom, grievance, injury, violate, deprave, scandalisation, malicious gossip, pervert, assail, brickbat, scandalise, irritation, displeasure, enrage, wrath, insult, snipe, slap, misdirect, heat, slur, disservice, ravish, dismay, loss, epithet, deconsecrate, temper, indignity, pique, damage, dis, take aback, contumely, harm, spoil, debase, dig, persecute, shame, angriness, asperity, affront, demoralise, shock, cut, dirt, traumatise, wrong, enthrall, enthral, choler, offend, anger, disgrace, snit, transgress, enormity, prejudice, traumatize, oppress, ball over, transport, rile, abuse, enchant, profane, attaint, break, spleen, poke, corrupt, disgust, conniption, lividness, ire, bruise, hysterics, sin, madden.
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atrocity, evil (noun)
ill feeling, wrath.
brawl, assault, abuse, vehemence, violence, terrorism, ferocity, brutishness, attack, broil, torture, fight, rage, uproar, fierceness, vandalism, insurrection, thuggery, wildness, inhumanity, turmoil, commotion, destructiveness, fury, frenzy, barbarity, intensity, brutality, savagery, fracas, atrocity.
wrong, offend, abuse (verb)
Usage examples for outrage:
- There was a sound of outrage in the voice. - "The Woman With The Fan", Robert Hichens.
- He would probably have gone on to the farm, and, having obtained horses, set off with a strong party, which by proceeding along the eastern side of the lake, might have headed the people, whoever they were, who had committed the outrage. - "With Axe and Rifle", W.H.G. Kingston.
- There were no words to express this " outrage." - "Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness", Robert S. Carroll.