Etymology: Via French from Late Latin ultraticum = "a going beyond", and not from out and rage.
- an extremely violent or vicious attack; an atrocity
- an offensive, immoral or indecent act
- the resentful anger caused by such acts
- (Obsolete usage) destructive rampage as e.g. "by the outrage and fury of the river w:Effra, Effra" in an old description of flood damage.
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