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Example sentences for indignation

But let's watch the self-righteous indignation and reserve a little anger for the enablers.
The event was heavy with grief but electric with anger and indignation.
Either one of these things will ensure that your targets will refrain from responding with moral indignation.
Better to take two aspirin or puff on something, not surrender a necessary sense of indignation if life is unfair.
Yet mentioning any of the points sets off howls of indignation.
He feels this clearly enough himself in the indignation he shows, too late and in vain, against the publication of my books.
The hostilities run as deep as the indignation on both sides.
They whisper about regime change and seethe with political indignation.
Moral indignation notwithstanding, it is far from certain that the government will be able to enforce the ban.
Imagine the howls of indignation if this type of demand was made by any other country.
One is that his indignation was so obviously baloney.
Commentary came in a flood, ranging from gracious praise to vindictive indignation.
Her stories are simple narratives, devoid of linguistic or stylistic adornments, but full of indignation and concern.
His appearance was attractive when his indignation was not on fire.
Sometimes, however, criticism is deserved and public indignation justified.
Here was behavior designed to arouse the indignation, perhaps even the contempt and hatred, of his fellows.

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