aggravate[ ag-ruh-veyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aggravate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGGRAVATE
Is it for you to aggravate as a crime, what reason teaches is, at worst, a misfortune?
I felt that to obtrude my consolations on her then would only serve to aggravate her sufferings.
And Kitty refused her breakfast in consequence—only to aggravate me.
I said, Protagoras; then I am a sorry physician, and do but aggravate a disorder which I am seeking to cure.
When he grew a little better, the Bohemian rather began to aggravate him.
We only multiply our feebleness, and aggravate our deficiencies.
Two circumstances had combined to aggravate the national vice.
He knows I don't want sech things, and he does it jest to aggravate me.
This will but aggravate her sufferings and expose her to contempt.
Indeed, every new remedy seems only to aggravate the disease.