Indignant in a Sentence
Definition of Indignant
angry because of an unfair situation or someone's unfair behavior
Use Indignant in a sentence
If I’m indignant, it’s because you threw that book at me!
The woman was indignant about the way she had been treated by the rude clerk.
Because the teacher accused him of cheating, the boy became indignant and walked out of the classroom.
Indignant at the waste of the company’s resources, the financial director cut the supply budget by sixty percent.
Whenever his favorite television channel went black, Henry did not hesitate to send an indignant email to his cable company.
After being kicked out of the game, the indignant basketball player made a nasty comment to the referee.
The protesters were so indignant that they began to throw stones at the police officers.
Many teachers become indignant when their students question their authority.
While I’m quite indignant the boy broke my window, I am pleased he took responsibility for his actions.
All 260 passengers were indignant when they discovered their flight had been cancelled.
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angry, furious, irritated, irate, mad, annoyed, resentful, enraged, outraged, upset, disgruntled, worked up
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