outroar

noun out·roar \ ˌau̇t-ˈrȯr \

Definition of outroar

: uproar
  • The two-game suspension given to Rice by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell provoked an outroar
  • —Bill Speros

First Known Use of outroar

1845

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