(n.) when one continues to yell after realizing that they have wrongly accused someone of something. This noise draws attention away from the fact that the speaker/yeller called out their victim unjustly.
Jimmy: Did Mr. Burns know that you didn't actually pull the fire alarm?

Johnny: I think so. All of that shouting must've been decoy anger.
by RickBAideai March 16, 2011

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