Definitions for aggravatedˈæg rəˌveɪ tɪd
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word aggravated
made more severe or intense especially in law
incited, especially deliberately, to anger
"aggravated by passive resistance"; "the provoked animal attacked the child"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
She was very aggravated, she seemed to be in pain.
Information was obtained that a male was in the home and had a warrant for an aggravated assault on a family member.
The degradation of natural resources will exert an enormous pressure on the food security. This could be aggravated by climate change.
She was very aggravated. She seemed to be in pain. She really felt that her arm had been fractured, i told her I would work on getting her out.
We filed a murder case, it's a capital offense so there will be no bail. There was aggravated treachery, abuse of superior strength and cruelty.
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