Definition of 'aggrieved'
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She'd been cleaning Burned Man's House until long after dark and felt much aggrieved at this early-morning racket. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (1993)Newington spoke like some aggrieved schoolmaster admonishing a pupil. A SHRINE OF MURDERS (1993)I used a shabby trick to get out of the engagement: I can't blame her for feeling aggrieved. STAGE FRIGHT (1993)
Dougie was sprawled on the bed, looking incredibly like Ben and aggrieved by the intrusion. SUDDENLY (1993)
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Used Occasionally. aggrieved is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'aggrieved'
British English: aggrieved ADJECTIVE
If you feel aggrieved, you feel upset and angry because of the way you have been treated.
I really feel aggrieved at this sort of thing.
Definition of aggrieved from the Collins English Dictionary
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