exacerbated

[ ig-zas-er-beyt, ek-sas- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exacerbated
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The disposition, of course, was there; it should have been modified, not exacerbated.

To his exacerbated nerves its rich southern melodies were soothing.

The effects of increasing vessel traffic apparently are exacerbated by the narrow physical confines of Glacier Bay.

Accordingly, he has met with some exacerbated decriers, and with very few thorough-going defenders.

The pains are not exacerbated at night, but, on the contrary, are often more severe by day.

Here he was full in the path of the driving, unwearied wind, which further irritated his exacerbated nerves.

What exacerbated his feeling about Mrs. Harrowdean was a new line she had recently taken with regard to Mrs. Britling.

For apart from the magnetic attraction of the metropolis itself, Grenoble exacerbated his nerves.

This historical, 80 year-old rift was exacerbated by the abyss between the Enver Hoxha regime and its Tito counterpart.

And things were exacerbated by a shortage of provisions—for which the kings government was held guilty.

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