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
The outcry surrounding the video has led to further calls to #BoycottWaffleHouse.
The outcry profoundly changed Facebook’s research operations, creating a review process that was more formal and cautious.
The issue is somewhat reminiscent of the public outcry over the approval of the controversial Niagara Bottling plant in 2016.
It was later reversed, but not before plenty of public outcry.
Gentrification has made its mark, but the city has evolved for the better too: My high school’s Native American mascot was retired recently after years of public outcry.
Regardless of this outcry, Florida House of Representatives voted to approve a bill that would create a program to arm some teachers and school officials.
Starbucks is shutting down all its U.S. stores for the session, the result of the outcry over a manager who called police to complain about two African-American men who came to a Philadelphia store and didn't buy anything.
The intensity of the outcry against the rappers win may ultimately say less about their music than about widespread worry over the erosion of one of postwar Germany's core values.
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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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