There were no protests from the American Legion or the Veterans of Foreign Wars, or howls from indignant Congressmen.
In 2012, she wrote letters to each member of Congress because she was “indignant.”
And what about those liberal activists who made the young Scalia and Thomas so indignant?
It was enough to get even the normally amiable Louis Armstrong indignant.
A large proportion of them are illegals, working off the books, indignant that they would ever be asked to identify themselves.
I was indignant that one of so fine a nature should be compelled to travel thus.
"I shall not stay in the store," I replied, indignant at his gratuitous fling at me.
The wayfarer opened his mouth and closed it suddenly on a half-spoken and indignant refusal of this honor.
She took it very strangely; she turned pale, but she was not indignant.
The hard, indignant words belied the quivering gladness of the voice that greeted her in every tone with its relief and surrender.
1580s, from Latin indignantem (nominative indignans) "impatient, reluctant, indignant," present participle of indignari "to be displeased at, be indignant" (see indignation). Related: Indignantly.