(1) And that is why she deserves our pity, not our manufactured moral indignation or condemnation.(2) I remember getting up and feeling a mixture of self-pity and indignation .(3) The response was a tidal wave of indignation from MPs, the vast majority of whom boycotted the questionnaire.(4) She turned angrily to her brothers, her eyes blazing with fierce indignation and rampant fury.(5) When the news struck the world's media, outrage and indignation were universal.(6) His prose crackles with life, with mischief and also with indignation .(7) Your hatred of the poor is just bigotry, sir, however you try to dress it as righteous indignation .(8) the letter filled Lucy with indignation(9) There is little moralising strain in French culture, and less vocal indignation at corruption than in Italy.(10) The dominant emotional reaction to the letter was shock and disbelief or anger and indignation .(11) I would rather remain with my unavenged suffering and unsatisfied indignation , even if I were wrong.(12) But in Germany the outburst caused more shock and sorrow than anger or indignation .(13) So we're right to be unmoved to anger or even peremptory indignation .(14) Her expression had changed from indignation and annoyance to worry and concern with a glance at her wrist.(15) They are described as women who rose in righteous anger and indignation when a man tried to tamper with them.(16) Mark this up as an illustration of how damaging to the public interest is conspicuous indignation .