indignant


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feeling or showing anger

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angered at something unjust or wrong

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Neither is Zarathustra indignant at a convalescent who looketh tenderly on his delusions, and at midnight stealeth round the grave of his God; but sickness and a sick frame remain even in his tears.
Neville,' says Edwin, quick to resent the indignant protest against himself in the face of young Landless, which is fully as visible as the portrait, or the fire, or the lamp: 'I suppose that if you painted the picture of your lady love--'
cried Catherine, sucking her damaged lip, and watching the conflagration with indignant eyes.
If Crooks and M'Lellan had been exasperated by the insolent conduct of the Sioux Tetons, and the loss which it had occasioned, those freebooters had been no less indignant at being outwitted by the white men, and disappointed of their anticipated gains, and it was apprehended they would be particularly hostile against the present expedition, when they should learn that these gentlemen were engaged in it.
The indignant Independent did not wait to hear the end of this personal denunciation; for, catching up his carpet-bag, which was well stuffed with movables, he swung it in the air as Pott turned away, and, letting it fall with a circular sweep on his head, just at that particular angle of the bag where a good thick hairbrush happened to be packed, caused a sharp crash to be heard throughout the kitchen, and brought him at once to the ground.
He had left her thus abruptly once before, kissed, blushing, and indignant.
Lady Catherine was extremely indignant on the marriage of her nephew; and as she gave way to all the genuine frankness of her character in her reply to the letter which announced its arrangement, she sent him language so very abusive, especially of Elizabeth, that for some time all intercourse was at an end.
Anyhow, she had sinned - some of us do now and then - and her family and friends, naturally shocked and indignant, had closed their doors against her.
I was far too indignant to hazard a reply to her observation aloud; and nothing more was said about Mr.
Well, yeh must take me fer a damn fool," said Jimmie, indignant at his mother for mocking him.
Summary: Chairman of the General Union of Arab Writers warned of an indignant wave of violence in many other places in the world
But you can (and I am speaking as a warning to myself here) become less furious at the inhumanity of abortion or less indignant that 59 million individual unborn babies have died since Roe unleashed the slaughter.
KUDE[pounds sterling]S (CyHAN)- Indignant Palestinian Muslims, who were tried to march to al-Aqsa mosque of Jerusalem after Israeli security forces hindered them from performing Friday prayers at the holy mosque, faced with outrageous intervention of Israeli police.
30 Newmarket bet365 Criterion Stakes 7f G3 C4/RUK Card page 51 INDIGNANT bids to maintain the Hannon stranglehold on the Criterion Stakes by making it four successive wins for the yard in the Group 3.
Indignant outpointed a much better fancied stablemate at Salisbury on her most recent outing and is worth a shout in the bet365 Criterion Stakes at Newmarket.