more aggravated[ ag-ruh-vey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more aggravated
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The matter in those other libels may be of a more aggravated or inflammatory character than in that set out in the first count.
As he missed sale after sale he became more and more aggravated.
The injustice is the more aggravated, because it is condemning by wholesale.
In all except the more aggravated attacks pain is felt only when the affected part is disturbed.
In more aggravated cases, especially in children, epileptic fits may occur.
Immediately before abortion the symptoms are more aggravated.
A more aggravated case of drunkenness than that presented by Carnes, a little before noon, could not well be imagined.
A physician who drives a disease from one limb only to appear in a more aggravated form in another, accomplishes nothing.
The longer the neglect the more aggravated the pressure with which the subject returns upon us.
Hypochondria, in its more aggravated forms, is a very common result of secret vice.