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aggravation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of aggravating or the state of being aggravated.
    • A source of continuing, increasing discomfort or difficulty.
    • Exasperation.
    • The work of aggravating, or making worse; utilized of evils, all-natural or ethical; the work of increasing in severity or heinousness; some thing extra to a crime or incorrect and enhancing its shame or harmful effects.
    • Exaggerated representation.
    • An extrinsic scenario or accident which escalates the shame of a crime or perhaps the misery of a calamity.
    • The act of aggravating, or making worse; -- used of evils, natural or moral; the work of increasing in extent or heinousness; something additional to a crime or incorrect and improving its shame or damaging consequences.
    • Exaggerated representation.
    • An extrinsic scenario or accident which advances the shame of a crime and/or distress of a calamity.
    • Provocation; discomfort.
    • Enhance of the body weight, power, heinousness, or extent of anything; the work of making worse; inclusion, or whatever is included, to anything wicked or poor: since, an aggravation of pain, grief, crime, etc.
    • Exaggeration, such as a pictorial representation or perhaps in a statement of details; heightened description.
    • Provocation; discomfort.
    • In Rom. canon legislation, a censure, threatening excommunication after disregard of three admonitions.
    • an exasperated feeling of irritation
    • action that makes a problem or an illness (or its signs) worse
    • unfriendly behavior that triggers anger or resentment
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