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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reaggravate.

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Examples

  • LaDainian Tomlinson also reaggravated his left knee sprain in the first quarter.

    Cashman: Manny Won't Be Wearing Pinstripes

  • Oliver Perez can't get past the fourth inning, John Maine can't throw strikes, and Jon Niese has apparently reaggravated his right hamstring, which cost him a large part of 2009.

    Steven Hirsch: From First to Worst

  • But the walk from the bed to the door reawakened the pain in his hips; bending stiffly from the waist to pick up the paper reaggravated the ache in his back.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • But the walk from the bed to the door reawakened the pain in his hips; bending stiffly from the waist to pick up the paper reaggravated the ache in his back.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • But the walk from the bed to the door reawakened the pain in his hips; bending stiffly from the waist to pick up the paper reaggravated the ache in his back.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • But the walk from the bed to the door reawakened the pain in his hips; bending stiffly from the waist to pick up the paper reaggravated the ache in his back.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Oliver Perez can't get past the fourth inning, John Maine can't throw strikes, and Jon Niese has apparently reaggravated his right hamstring, which cost him a large part of 2009.

    Steven Hirsch: From First to Worst

  • On the play, the quarterback reaggravated the slightly separated right shoulder that has bothered him since the second week of the season.

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  • Billups injured his right hip and twisted his left knee in Portland, while McDyess reaggravated ligaments in his sprained left shoulder in the same game.

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  • Roy was back in Portland resting his sprained right ankle, which he reaggravated in Sunday's game.

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