OUTRAGED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for OUTRAGED?

Need another word that means the same as “outraged”? Find 3 synonyms and 30 related words for “outraged” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Outraged” are: incensed, indignant, umbrageous

Outraged as an Adjective

Definitions of "Outraged" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “outraged” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Angered at something unjust or wrong.

Synonyms of "Outraged" as an adjective (3 Words)

incensedAngered at something unjust or wrong.
Leonora glared back at him incensed.
indignantFeeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment.
An indignant denial.
umbrageousFilled with shade.
Umbrageous at the loss of their territory.

Usage Examples of "Outraged" as an adjective

  • A look of outraged disbelief.

Associations of "Outraged" (30 Words)

acrimonious(typically of speech or discussion) angry and bitter.
An acrimonious dispute about wages.
angrySeverely inflamed and painful.
Why are you angry with me.
deliriumA usually brief state of excitement and mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations.
She had fits of delirium.
enragedMarked by extreme anger.
The enraged bull attached.
exasperatedIntensely irritated and frustrated.
Had an exasperated look on his face.
fumeExpose something especially wood to ammonia fumes in order to produce dark tints.
We simply cannot have this she fumed.
furiousMarked by extreme and violent energy.
Furious about the accident.
furiouslyIn an impassioned or very angry manner.
He furiously denies the claims.
furyWild or violent anger.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
indignantFeeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment.
An indignant denial.
inflammatoryArousing to action or rebellion.
An inflammatory process.
infuriatedMarked by extreme anger.
Infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy.
irascibleQuickly aroused to anger.
An irascible response.
irateFeeling or characterized by great anger.
A barrage of irate letters.
ireA strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance.
The plans provoked the ire of conservationists.
livid(of a light) imparting a deathlike luminosity.
A face livid with shock.
miffA petty quarrel or fit of pique.
A doctor might be miffed by claims that the cure had no medical explanation.
nauseateUpset and make nauseated.
They were nauseated by the jingoism.
outrageAn action or event causing outrage.
Her voice trembled with outrage.
rageViolent uncontrollable anger.
A rage for absolute honesty informs much western art.
rancorA feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will.
rancorousShowing deep-seated resentment.
Sixteen miserable months of rancorous disputes.
resentfulFeeling or expressing bitterness or indignation at having been treated unfairly.
Resentful at the way he was treated.
resentmentBitter indignation at having been treated unfairly.
Some people harbour resentments going back many years.
scowlFrown in an angry or bad-tempered way.
She stamped into the room with a scowl on her face.
seethe(of a liquid) boil or be turbulent as if boiling.
The grey ocean seethed.
snarlMake a snarling noise or move with a snarling noise.
Shut your mouth he snarled.
sulkA period of sulking.
She was in a fit of the sulks.
unleashTurn loose or free from restraint.
They dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them.
wrathExtreme anger.
He hid his pipe for fear of incurring his father s wrath.

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