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indignation

in dig nay shuhn

  • n  a feeling of righteous anger

  • The Latin American diplomats in Washington, a tight little group when affronted, buzzed with indignation last week.
  • After the convention, the indignation only intensified; in the course of 24 hours, McCain accused Obama of supporting "sex education" for kindergarten students and referring to .
  • The Latin American diplomats in Washington, a tight little group when affronted, buzzed with indignation last week.
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  • Manuel Zelaya in Seattle Times
    Zelaya, who received sustained applause at the UN and was seated in the Honduran seat on the assembly floor, said the resolution supporting him "expresses the indignation of the people of Honduras and of people worldwide."
  • Ingrid Betancourt in USA Today
    Betancourt said she "cried a lot during this time from pain and indignation," Today, she said, "I cry with joy."
  • Lula da Silva in International Herald Tribune
    Neither Mendez nor Silva commented after emerging from their meeting, but presidential spokesman Marcelo Baumbach later said Silva expressed his "concern and indignation" that Mendes' phone was tapped.

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