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
An outcry ensued, in Republican and Democratic states alike.
The decision caused an outcry among LGBT advocates, who say students may now face discrimination and harassment.
The outcry from trolls on Twitter who insist that the Doctor can only be a man might be disheartening to some fans—but many simply reveled in trolling the trolls.
When Ivanka Trump sat in for her father briefly at the G20 Summit this weekend, the outcry was swift and forceful.
More than 300 birds were killed, sparking a public outcry, a federal investigation, fines against the city and suspensions of three city officials who planned the operation.
A daily 10-minute auction in Chicago that helps set the national price of cheese is going electronic next week, after being held in a traditional open-outcry format for decades.
There has been a public outcry at the government's initial failure to provide up-to-the minute information.
After an outcry, the president’s official budget proposed a far smaller cut.
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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
Definition of outcry for Students
1 : a loud and excited shout
2 : a strong protest Students raised an outcry against the new rules.
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