Example sentences for: aggravated

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

  • British economic policy aggravated a desperate situation.

  • Within a few years the wars with England resumed, aggravated by civil war at home as Edward Balliol (son of John) tried to take the Scottish throne with the help of the English king, Edward III.

  • During the Eisenhower administration, Castro had begun moving deeper into the Soviet orbit out of fear of a U.S. invasion; Kennedy's failed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 aggravated Castro's anxieties and gave him a rallying cry for a pro-Soviet tilt.

  • It is likely that mechanical microvascular obstruction is commonly aggravated by secondary spasm and edema due to release of humoral agonists by platelets, and endothelial injury and dysfunction.

  • 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).


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