Example sentences for: aggrieved

How can you use “aggrieved” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Unionization shows "how aggrieved many doctors feel," says the Washington Post . It changes the image of physicians who have "sometimes arrogantly presented themselves as part of an elite profession as opposed to members of a workers' group," says the New York Times , and it "may turn out to be a strong force against health plans that unfairly use their market power to limit quality of care."

  • Denied re-election in 1900, he retired to his hometown of Caldwell, about 30 miles west of Boise, forgotten by most of his fellow Idahoans--but not by the aggrieved miners.

  • No doubt there are serious scientific reasons for recording all-time temperature highs this way, but a nonscientific reason may be that it makes it easier for weather authorities to soothe an aggrieved public: There, there.

  • Probably the general rule is that a party who is seriously aggrieved owes no consideration to the aggrievor.

  • But for the first time, Gore wasn't the clear aggressor--and Bradley wasn't clearly the aggrieved.


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