Indignation is defined as anger about something thought of as unfair, mean or unjust.(noun)
An example of indignation is when a child gets mad and throws a tantrum after his mom says no.
See indignation in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME indignacion < OFr < L indignatio < pp. of indignari: see indignant
See indignation in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English indignacioun
Origin: , from Old French indignation
Origin: , from Latin indignātiō, indignātiōn-
Origin: , from indignātus
Origin: , past participle of indignārī, to regard as unworthy
Origin: , from indignus, unworthy; see indign.
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