MORE ‘Newt Lost His Mojo’ by Lloyd Grove Insults, indignation, and somebody's off to the moon.
Kelly should have spoken with substance and anger and indignation Friday night.
Our modern ears hear about Emmett Till now and ring with indignation.
Anyone who has brayed with indignation over Caroline Kennedy will no doubt feel similarly outraged over Miss Golden Globe.
I know that engagement with repressive regimes lacks the satisfying purity of indignation.
She jumped up from her seat at Oona's feet in her indignation.
Columbus, suppressing his just indignation, quietly submitted.
Now that she belongs to Beric and not to me, I need not restrain my just indignation longer.
Extremists on both sides of the Jordan screamed with indignation.
But violence was sure to follow where the indignation was so intense and widespread.
c.1200, from Old French indignacion or directly from Latin indignationem (nominative indignatio) "indignation, displeasure," noun of action from past participle stem of indignari "regard as unworthy, be angry or displeased at," from indignus "unworthy," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + dignus "worthy" (see dignity).