Examples of outcry in a Sentence
They were surprised by the outcry against the casino proposal.
There was a lot of public outcry over his racial comments.
Recent Examples of outcry from the Web
Public outcry has led retailers to pull some products off their virtual shelves.
Some congressional leaders have been questioned about the culture on Capitol Hill amid a national outcry over allegations of serial harassment by Weinstein.
Santander’s decision to shutter the exhibition prompted an outcry from many Brazilians, reports Dom Phillips of the Guardian.
President Barack Obama seized on the public outcry over that double-digit increase to help get the Affordable Care Act passed in Congress.
Also worth keeping in mind amid the outcry that Mr. Trump’s speech violated some sort of international gentlemen’s agreement is that NATO has refused for 70 years to adopt no first use.
The public outcry was so great that the poultry industry took notice, scaling back their breeding and feeding programs to produce slightly less gargantuan creatures.
The outcry over that never really subsided, and in 1985, the government handed over the title deeds to Uluru back to the Anangu traditional landowners, according to the park’s blog.
An article on Saturday about the outcry over the killing of an investigative journalist in Malta misspelled the surname of a former opposition leader.
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First Known Use of outcry
OUTCRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outcry for English Language Learners
: an expression of strong anger or disapproval by many people : a reaction showing that people are angry or unhappy about something
OUTCRY Defined for Kids
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