Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment,
Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment
the letter filled Lucy with indignation
a feeling of righteous anger
(indignant) angered at something unjust or wrong; "an indignant denial"; "incensed at the judges' unfairness"; "a look of outraged disbelief"; "umbrageous at the loss of their territory"
Anger is a feeling related to one's perception of having been offended/wronged and a tendency to undo that wrongdoing by retaliation. R. Novaco recognized three modalities of anger: cognitive (appraisals), somatic-affective (tension and agitations) and behavioral (withdrawal and antagonism). ...
IndigNation was Singapore's inaugural, month-long gay pride celebration held in August 2005 to coincide with the republic's 40th National Day. It has since become an annual event in the local LGBT calendar, held throughout the month of August.
Indignation is a novel by Philip Roth, released by Houghton Mifflin on September 16, 2008 . It is his twenty-ninth book.
An anger aroused by something perceived as an indignity, notably an offense or injustice; A self-righteous anger or disgust
(indignant) (adj) - moved by anger or scorn
(indignant (to be -)) (v) açıwlanırģa, qozģalırģa
(indignant) feeling or expressing anger or scorn, especially at unjust, mean, or ungrateful action or treatment.
Roth's twenty-ninth book, (2008) is set in 1951, it follows Marcus Messner's departure from Newark to Ohio's Winesburg College, where he begins his sophomore year.
A moderate form of self-righteous anger caused by trespassing into the territory established by dignity