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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of aggrieve.

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Examples

  • The truth is that Nick Clegg is not really the person who most aggrieves stroppy Tory MPs.

    Stroppy Tories seem to have forgotten they didn't actually win | Andrew Rawnsley

  • Facebook confronts the challenge that aggrieves any social network creating a virtual reality for building and sustaining human relationships.

    Peter Schwartz: Facebook's Face Plant: The Poverty of Social Networks and the Death of Web 2.0

  • While Vosa is able to impose substantial fines on British lorries, foreign lorries usually escape any penalty, something again which aggrieves British operators.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Hanging as it were upon that wondrous power to help which dwelt within her -- her simple goodness -- may we not say that the Fairies discover an ENFORCED attraction, when they afterwards approach the maiden for their own succour and salvation; as they do, a FREE attraction, when, in the person of Swanhilda, they disinterestedly attach themselves to reforming a fault for the welfare and happiness of her whom it aggrieves?

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 56, No. 345, July, 1844

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Ottawa Sun

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Toronto Sun

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Ottawa Sun

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Toronto Sun

  • The official reticence, and the tacit U.S. acceptance of Israel's nuclear monopoly, aggrieves Arab and Muslim powers.

    Ottawa Sun

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