Anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy. See Synonyms at anger.(noun)
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Use "indignation" in a sentence
"Dryden could not now repress those emotions, which he called indignation, and others jealousy; but wrote upon the play and the dedication such criticism as malignant impatience could pour out in haste."
"Dryden could not now reprefs thefe emoti - ons, which he called indignation, an as he profefTes, to give this antagonift an opportunity of re - prifal, he has added his own verfion of the hrft and fourth Paftorals, and the firft Geor - gick."
"But the faux righteous indignation from the right would be laughable if it weren't all together repulsive."