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  • verb Alternative spelling of reaggravate.

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Examples

  • I have an old injury that my adorable yellow lab managed to re-aggravate.

    I discovered something over the past few days... - SpouseBUZZ

  • "The worst thing is to become injured by choosing inappropriate activities, or to re-aggravate an old injury," says Ms. Albohm of OrthoIndy.

    Senior Play: The Graying

  • And with only one day in between games, I didn't want him to re-aggravate his injury, Minnesota coach Jacques Lemaire said.

    USATODAY.com

  • "He said, 'We would rather have you out one week than re-aggravate it and go through this process again and be out for a month.'"

    NY Daily News

  • Noticeably limping after the game, he did not re-aggravate his sprained right ankle.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Bowman appeared to re-aggravate a groin injury that he suffered during preseason camp early in last week's win over Akron.

    Times Leader News

  • My guess is the only way that happens is if Byrnes or Tracy re-aggravate something, and I am not at all recommending Romero take matters into his own crowbar-wielding hands.

    All articles at Blogcritics

  • While the 6-foot-5 red zone threat who has four touchdown catches this season did not register a reception against CSU, he played the game at 100 percent and did not re-aggravate a nagging ankle injury.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Chaney, who missed almost the entire month of February with a stress fracture in his heel, saw three minutes of action last week in Starkville against Mississippi State, but it was enough to re-aggravate the injury.

    GatorCountry.com - Latest Headlines

  • "The problem with this particular injury, while he is vastly improved, we want to be ultra-conservative and take our time and make sure he's 100\%," said assistant general manager Gord Ash. "The worst thing, just from an experience point of view, you don't want to push a guy out there and have him re-aggravate it and push him back to square one."

    JSOnline.com

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