Thesaurus / more aggravated
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
God gives grace to the reprobates that their condemnation may be the more aggravated.
CALVINISTIC CONTROVERSYWILBUR FISK
As he missed sale after sale he became more and more aggravated.
THE UNWILLING VESTALEDWARD LUCAS WHITE
The grand-jury had found several bills, and most of them for the more aggravated offences in the estimation of the law.
GUY RIVERS: A TALE OF GEORGIAWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
A more aggravated case of drunkenness than that presented by Carnes, a little before noon, could not well be imagined.
OUT OF A LABYRINTHLAWRENCE L. LYNCH
The class of prisoners whose offences were considered of a more aggravated character were shut up in cages.
CAPTURING A LOCOMOTIVEWILLIAM PITTENGER
In all except the more aggravated attacks pain is felt only when the affected part is disturbed.
But they had, as it were, only relieved a sick body for a time, that it might afterwards fall into a more aggravated disease.
THE HISTORY OF ROME; BOOKS NINE TO TWENTY-SIXTITUS LIVIUS
The longer the neglect the more aggravated the pressure with which the subject returns upon us.
AN ESSAY ON THE EVILS OF POPULAR IGNORANCEJOHN FOSTER
The injustice is the more aggravated, because it is condemning by wholesale.
A PRACTICAL DIRECTORY FOR YOUNG CHRISTIAN FEMALESHARVEY NEWCOMB
These symptoms continued, his condition becoming daily more aggravated.