Example sentences for: aggravated

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

  • But much of the problem, he insisted, was other people's fault: investors who pulled out their money at the first whiff of difficulty, forcing a sudden financial restructuring that aggravated the losses; hedge funds that, seeing his weakness, speculated against him.

  • Political and religious boundaries were aggravated by occasional incidents of terrorism or sniping until the Six Day War in June 1967.

  • And though I have never been seized by a desire to lead the armies of Satan in a final, bloody confrontation with the forces of God on the plain of Armageddon, I do suffer from aggravated dyspepsia, as well as chronic malaise, conditions that I'm sure afflict the Antichrist.

  • It means people who are poor and live in poor neighborhoods isolated from the mainstream world of work, where there are lots of single-mother households on welfare, few male breadwinners, and an adversary culture (typically aggravated by race differences).

  • Then there's another Ram who plays on despite having pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in a case where the victim suffered partial paralysis and brain damage.


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