Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which aggravates.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an unpleasant person who is annoying or exasperating

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The very person who is acting as the aggravator is also the victim in this case.

    Blaster author faces jail

  • In the federal system, an aggravator factor is a murder in the course of a bank robbery for example.

    Andrea Lyon: Shades of Grey

  • Today they sent a press release to travel blogger and temporary TSA aggravator Chris Elliott in which they state that all of their Vegas resorts "exclude mandatory resort fees."

    Harrah's Las Vegas Resorts Say No To Resort Fees - The Consumerist

  • Today they sent a press release to travel blogger and temporary TSA aggravator Chris Elliott in which they state that all of their Vegas resorts "exclude mandatory resort fees."

    The Consumerist: January 2010 Archives

  • Inspiration Deficit Disorder can make a bad situation worse, and I believe that it's the source of the high levels of stress that the medical community now widely agrees is the number one cause or aggravator of illness in America.

    Jonathan Ellerby: Get Back to Inspired Living

  • Inspiration Deficit Disorder can make a bad situation worse, and I believe that it's the source of the high levels of stress that the medical community now widely agrees is the number one cause or aggravator of illness in America.

    Jonathan Ellerby: Get Back to Inspired Living

  • Inspiration Deficit Disorder can make a bad situation worse, and I believe that it's the source of the high levels of stress that the medical community now widely agrees is the number one cause or aggravator of illness in America.

    Jonathan Ellerby: Get Back to Inspired Living

  • Inspiration Deficit Disorder can make a bad situation worse, and I believe that it's the source of the high levels of stress that the medical community now widely agrees is the number one cause or aggravator of illness in America.

    Jonathan Ellerby: Get Back to Inspired Living

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don ` t think there ` s any evidence that ` s been released that shows the heinous, atrocious and cruel aggravator exists.

    CNN Transcript Mar 4, 2009

  • LENAMON: Well, I don ` t think there ` s any evidence that ` s been released that shows that HAC -- the heinous, atrocious and cruel -- aggravator exists.

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2009

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