Example sentences for: indignant

How can you use “indignant” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A reader wrote in to say the remark actually belongs to Gertrude Stein, which we were prepared to believe until another reader sent indignant e-mail on behalf of Dorothy Parker, which seems even more plausible.

  • He moved, however, not toward anything resembling social protest; one of Corot's rare representations of modernization--a view of a textile factory with a woman sitting at a pre-industrial spinning wheel in the foreground--is more wistful than indignant.

  • "Let's laugh, if we want to, or let's wax indignant; but let us not forget to understand."

  • An indignant Barbara Chase-Riboud filed a $10 million copyright-infringement suit against Steven Spielberg and the makers of Amistad in October, claiming that the movie contained characters and scenes unique to her historical novel about the slave rebellion.

  • Only certain (puritanical) segments of the public were indignant at the stars' behaviour off screen: most drank it up.


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