Noun(1) a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition
Verb(1) shout louder than(2) utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy
(1) Last month the death of a little boy caused a national outcry .(2) The outcry in the press would be tremendous!(3) There he made statements, which have raised a massive and understandable outcry in the Italian press.(4) an outcry of spontaneous passion(5) The video sparked a national outcry last week with commentators, including the Cabinet, labelling it racist.(6) In 2004 the then 77 year-old suspension bridge was closed to pedestrians, causing an outcry from local residents.(7) When they did, however, the outcry was enormous.(8) the public outcry over the bombing(9) And they have triggered a greater civilian outcry than almost any other weapon.(10) The camp hit the headlines when scenes of destruction similar to damage after an earthquake sparked an international outcry .(11) Why hasn't there been a louder outcry about the measures adopted?(12) The outcry in the press was significant, and the resultant investigation into the incident was extensive.(13) The revelation has prompted an outcry from parents, legal experts and politicians who demanded further investigations.(14) There was a huge public outcry following the deaths in May because the bus had no seatbelts.(15) The policy did not last more than ten years, as the public outcry grew and more and more people disappeared.(16) What would you have done if the children had been taken into care but had been returned following a public outcry ?
(1) outcry :: kilio
1. shout ::
3. call out ::
4. outshout ::
Different Formsoutcries, outcry
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