|Origin:||'too great quantity', from outre 'beyond, too much'; influenced in meaning by rage|
a feeling of great anger and shock:
The response to the jury's verdict was one of outrage.
a sense of moral outrage
environmentalists' outrage at plans to develop the coastline
The case generated public outrage.
an event that produces great anger and shock, especially because it is cruel or violent:
bomb outrages in London
This is an outrage!