Definitions of "outrage"
  1. A highly unacceptable or brutal action that causes profound offense
  2. A civil wrong where one person deliberately causes emotional harm to another
How to use "outrage" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney argued that the plaintiff was a victim of outrage due to the defendant's cruel behavior.
  2. The lawyer stated that the case was one of outrage due to the intentional infliction of emotional distress.
  3. The prosecutor claimed the defendant's actions amounted to outrage, severely affecting the victim's mental health.

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