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  • adverb In an aggravated manner.

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Examples

  • I was about to get up and go to him as I often do, when Arthur, who was sitting next to me, face working, and tense posture-wise, aggravatedly said, "Sidney doesn't have to do that, he should control himself, the rest of us control ourselves."

    Humanistic Nursing

  • Their complexions are dark and their features – dug out of a mat of astonishingly thick beards – are aggravatedly Hebraic in their cast.

    In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World

  • Upon his arrest in October, Rick Wayne Phillips - the estranged husband of Michelle Chantelois - was told he faced a maximum three-year jail term if convicted of aggravatedly assaulting Mr Rann.

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  • Of all traitors they are the most aggravatedly criminal; of all villains, they are the most infamous and detestable. "

    History of the United States

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