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 crisis has prompted widespread outcry and condemnation of Burma and its de facto leader, Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.
The publisher later reversed course after an outcry.
Regulating tech like water would cause an outcry among investors and in Silicon Valley.
Her suspension prompted an immediate outcry, and raised questions about censorship, race, and journalism.
Two years after Cecil the Lion was killed in Zimbabwe, sparking an international outcry, the same thing happened to one of his sons, Xanda, conservationists say.
As for Weinstein himself, he's remained optimistic about his future despite an outcry of celebrities — including Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, and Cara Delevingne — condemning him and his actions.
The scaled-back rate hikes, in the individual and small-employer markets, will reduce... BUSINESS Security checks on air travelers prompt outcry from ACLU, Muslim Advocates and NAACP The drama in airplane cabins won’t go away.
Baidu’s share price got hammered last year after a public outcry over the death of a college student suffering from a rare cancer
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