impatience, rage, animosity, temper, outrage, scandal, fury, pettishness, feelings, choler, passion, scandalisation, study at anger, fretfulness, scandalization, irateness, displeasure, anger, peevishness
aggravation (part of speech: noun)
disturbance, inflammation, perturbation, arousal, exasperation, virulence, provocation, bedevilment, annoyance, ire, trouble, bother, enragement, aggravation, discomposure, scorn, petulance, torment, harassment, exacerbation
resentment (part of speech: noun)
hard feelings, acerbity, ill humor, soreness, resentment, rancor, bitterness, pique, spite, bile, antagonism, huffiness, umbrage, envy, vexation, irritation, sullenness, wrath, discontent, dissatisfaction, infuriation, offense
- They must have been put there," he said, and then with a cry of indignation: " I must have an enemy in the office." - "The Turnstile", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.
- In truth, Katy was not without her own private and personal indignation against Westcott. - "The Mystery of Metropolisville", Edward Eggleston.
- They knew the world they lived in, and, for that matter, he could share their indignation. - "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.