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outrage (verb), outrages; outraged; outraging
1. To produce anger or resentment in: The worker's incompetence outraged the contractor.
2. Etymology: "violent behavior, excess, extravagance" from Old French outrage (12th century), earlier oltrage (11 century), from Vulgar Latin ultraticum, "excess"; from Latin ultra, "beyond".
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