Last year, governments in countries such as Egypt and Tunisia fell, in part due to an outcry over corruption.
In the end, the outcry was too much, and his model came to an end.
Why was there no outcry across the width and depth of our nation?
If Bush does run, however, he could ignore the outcry from the conservative wing of the party.
(After the trip sparked an outcry about the policy, it was ended later that year).
She made no outcry; it was all in this simply swift gesture, but we—we knew them.
He did not seem to me to be at all disturbed, and I thought it was not worth while to make any outcry.
This brought an outcry against the admission of any professional working woman into the exclusive Civitas.
They heard the outcry below, and thrust their heads out of the window.
In France there has been an outcry, and much more also than mere outcry.