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American Outrage         
2008 FILM
American Outrage is a 2008 documentary directed by Beth Gage and George Gage. The film follows Shoshone tribe members Mary Dann and Carrie Dann in their dispute with the U.
Outrage (emotion)         
FEELING OF ANGER AND SHOCK
Faux outrage; False outrage; Fake outrage; Manufactured outrage; Outrage politics; Outrage theater; Outrage theatre
Outrage is a strong moral emotion characterized by a combination of surprise, disgust, and anger, usually in reaction to a grave personal offense. It comes from old French "ultrage", which in turn borrows from classical Latin "ultra", meaning "beyond".
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Outrage!; Outrage (disambiguation); Outrage (film); The Outrage (film)
(outraged)
1.
If you are outraged by something, it makes you extremely shocked and angry.
Many people have been outraged by some of the things that have been said...
Reports of torture and mass executions in Serbia's detention camps have outraged the world's religious leaders.
VERB: be V-ed, V n
outraged
He is truly outraged about what's happened to him...
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2.
Outrage is an intense feeling of anger and shock.
The decision provoked outrage from women and human rights groups...
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3.
You can refer to an act or event which you find very shocking as an outrage.
The latest outrage was to have been a co-ordinated gun and bomb attack on the station...
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Examples of use of American Outrage
1. But a starting point is to convey American outrage – loudly and insistently – and demonstrate that Darfur is an American priority.
2. Wright Jr., some Obama supporters claimed that Wright‘s anger is really not so different from King‘s –– that both preachers represent a distinguished tradition of African American outrage.
3. Wright was operating within a long tradition of African American outrage, which is one reason Obama could not walk away from his old pastor in the name of political survival.
4. A key Korean phrase understood to mean the North does have nuclear weapons could have been mistaken for the phrase "entitled to have", Seoul says. 27 November: The North accuses the US of deliberately misinterpreting its contested statement, twisting an assertion of its "right" to possess weapons into an "admission" of possession. 4 December: The North rejects a call to open its nuclear facilities to inspection. 11 December: North Korean–made Scud missiles are found aboard a ship bound for Yemen, provoking American outrage.
5. A key Korean phrase understood to mean the North does have nuclear weapons could have been mistaken for the phrase "entitled to have", Seoul says. 27 November÷ The North accuses the US of deliberately misinterpreting its contested statement, twisting an assertion of its "right" to possess weapons into an "admission" of possession. 4 December÷ The North rejects a call to open its nuclear facilities to inspection. 11 December÷ North Korean–made Scud missiles are found aboard a ship bound for Yemen, provoking American outrage.