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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of aggravate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. made more severe or intense, especially in law.
  • adj. incited, especially deliberately, to anger.

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  • adj. incited, especially deliberately, to anger
  • adj. made more severe or intense especially in law


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    We nearly signed it with our blood…

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    I thought that you would keep your word

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    It's a fault I have, I know

    When things don't go my way I have to

    Blow up in the face of my rivals

    I swear and I rant, I make quite an arrival

    The men are surprised by the language

    They act so discreet, they are hypocrites, so fuck them too!

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