Definition of 'aggravated'
Example sentences containing 'aggravated'
The most likely explanation of the tragedy is that Father had a weakness in the liver which drinking -- any drinking -- aggravated.ULTIMATE PRIZES (1992)
However, the trip aggravated her condition: she died in Paris a few days before Christmas that same year.STAGE FRIGHT (1992) FINAL RESORT (1992)
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