Example sentences for: indignant

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

  • And I wouldn't be indignant if a sufficiently abject confession was tarted up with a bit of "..

  • Growing more indignant by the paragraph, the editors declared it "time to ignite a popular outcry against unelected officials and their efforts to invalidate the results of elections."

  • They're indignant that we allowed Russia, our old nemesis and new deadbeat debtor, to water down our terms for ending the war and sneak its troops into Kosovo ahead of us.

  • Two months after the impeachment vote, the Senate failed to convict the president--a highly significant event of 1999 that, for some bizarre reason, slipped Chatterbox's mind until several indignant readers wrote in to remind him of it.

  • 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.


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