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outcry

noun
     
out‧cry [countable usually singular, uncountable]
an angry protest by a lot of ordinary people:
The closure of the local hospital has caused a huge public outcry.
outcry against/about/over
a national outcry about the lack of gun control laws
outcry from
The proposed changes caused an angry outcry from residents.

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