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 moment instantly sparked a national outcry, with Jackson receiving a disproportionate amount of the backlash.
As the war escalates, the outcry from local communities has begun.
The outcry from the public was unreal, said Bob Cauffman, founder of Residents Against Invasion of Land by Eminent Domain, or RAILED, an opposition group based in Porter County.
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.
Franklin, an experienced aide and consultant to Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, has been reported saying he was surprised by the outcry.
That recent drop is the local manifestation of a nationwide reduction in the use of civil asset forfeiture as public awareness and outcry over its widespread use has grown in recent years, according to experts.
Only several days later, following a public outcry over the video clip and at the prompting of local women’s-rights groups, were charges pressed against Ms Varshney.
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