aggravation[ ag-ruh-vey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF aggravation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGGRAVATION
Whatever tends to extenuate the guilt of other sins, is an aggravation of this.
It isn't the girl, you know, it's—it's the aggravation of it.
The day brought no aggravation of the symptoms; again the night was quiet.
Just worn out with the work, and the worry and the aggravation, that's all.
He meant that the Baron was free from an aggravation; he said that he lacked a consolation.
In all this there was so great an aggravation of his misery!
It was an aggravation of annoyance to have her as a witness of these contretemps.
Pig, you notice, for aggravation—Piggy in enthusiastic applause.
To me Mannering's championship was an aggravation which I could not bear.
Flesh and blood can stand a good deal of aggravation; but not that.