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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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angered or annoyed at something unjust or wrong
  • Constance was indignant, but there was no time for a full-blown argument to develop, for just then the children's escorts arrived.
    p. 153.9
  • Reynie was indignant.
    p. 114.9
  • Jillson was, in fact, right outside the door, but to Kate's relief she entered with no more than her previous bossiness no hint of indignation.
    p. 166.3
  • Kate hesitated, trying to think of an indignant response that rhymed.
    p. 183.9
  • Constance was indignant.
    p. 186.1

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