Self-indignation

Related to Self-indignation: self-aggrandisement

Self`-in`dig`na´tion


n.1.Indignation at one's own character or actions.
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their sense of powerlessness and insignificance that has turned into self-indignation; and 2.
When he bought a small early Peter Blake painting of a cigarette packet for pounds 1,800 in 1980, the local newspaper went into a paroxysm of righteous self-indignation, even working out the cost to ratepayers per square inch.
"Well, I probably wouldn't." With self-indignation and building up a head of steam, the man charged: "Well, all right then, why did you ask me if I'm Irish just because I asked for Irish sausages?"