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noun 
  1. an extremely violent or vicious attack; an atrocity
  2. an offensive, immoral or indecent act
  3. the resentful anger caused by such acts
  4. (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.
Etymology: Via French from Late Latin ultraticum = "a going beyond", and not from out and rage.


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