outcry


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Synonyms for outcry

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a sudden, sharp utterance

offensively loud and insistent utterances, especially of disapproval

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Its noise and outcry warned him of its presence, while he ran alone, velvet-footed, silently, a moving shadow among the trees after the manner of his father and mother before him.
Major Schneider had made no outcry for the very excellent reason that his wind was shut off.
Dimmesdale's outcry, and interpreted it, with its multitudinous echoes and reverberations, as the clamour of the fiends and night-hags, with whom she was well known to make excursions in the forest.
Nor were they alone affected by the outcry from within the prison.
The 74-year-old actress made her stand in an open letter saying the outcry against sexual harassment had gone too far.
In recent times, there has been public outcry regarding the forced enslavement of many Nigerians in Libya.
No outcry over some IN RELATION to the Diore Lia situation, between 1948 and 1963 there were 13 runnings of the Derby in which the field size exceeded 20.
Summary: Health Minister Wael Abu Faour Wednesday responded to an outcry from the family of a toddler who fell 12 meters and was rushed to hospital in the Akkar district town of Halba.
Amado Picardal of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) said he was worried about the absence of a public outcry against the killings.
Mexico City, Sha'ban 28, 1437, Jun 4, 2016, SPA -- Mexican authorities dug 117 corpses from a mass grave in central Mexico, state authorities said Friday, bringing toan end a 12-day operation to close the grave amid a public outcry, dpa reported.
After an outcry, his firm said no patient would be denied it but campaigners said this was not enough.
The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) has dropped a controversialA nominationA for itsA Human of the Year AwardA following a public outcry.
There has been an international outcry against trophy hunting among animal lovers since it emerged that American dentist Walter Palmer killed Cecil, a rare black-maned lion that was a familiar sight at Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
Only a few dozen jobs were eliminated by the switch to trading via computers, which had been steadily ramping up over the past 10 years, and few people outside the commodities trading industry will notice, or be affected by, open outcry trading going the way of the hand-cranked automobile.
Helge Lund, who is joining after a decade at Norwegian energy giant Statoil, takes charge after the group sidestepped the threat of a shareholder revolt in the wake of an outcry over his pay package.