Definitions

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  • noun The state or quality of being aggrieved.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • PC World chap carries on asking about how many negative scans am I likely to do versus A4 scanning, etc -- all sensible questions, but I was still answering out of a slight sense of aggrievedness to do with not having had all the stuff on display in the first place so I could have made my own mind up.

    Daft assumptions

  • His teachers were asked to state their respective charges against him, which they did with such a rancour and aggrievedness as evinced that this was not a usual case.

    Youth and the Bright Medusa

  • His teachers were asked to state their respective charges against him, which they did with such a rancour and aggrievedness as evinced that this was not a usual case.

    Youth and the Bright Medusa

  • Whether these stories of aggrievedness shift, or whether they eternally stick may, I imagine, be one of the dividing lines between extended girlhood and something more like adulthood.

    NYT > Opinion

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