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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ascerbate.

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Examples

  • This syndrome was ascerbated by the fact that precious few humanities professors were members of the communist party, and JL was strongly identified in the popular press as a great supporter of the common man and socialist causes.

    A Bibliographical Essay

  • I have a madical condition that is ascerbated by stress alone.

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  • This editorial was done off'the cuff, without researching all the REAL scientific evidence, facts, and backing by a Majority of the scientific community that knows Global Warming is ascerbated by humans.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • This editorial was done off'the cuff, without researching all the REAL scientific evidence, facts, and backing by a Majority of the scientific community that knows Global Warming is ascerbated by humans.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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