outrage (n.)
passionate expression, emotional outcry
1H6 IV.i.126[Gloucester to Vernon and Basset] this immodest clamorous outrage
R3 I.iii.276[Queen Margaret to Buckingham] My charity is outrage
RJ V.iii.216[Prince to all] Seal up the mouth of outrage for a while
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