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It was the more aggravating since the young man patently admired them.
Few things are more aggravating in working under subjects than to have to finger over a large number of irrelevant cards.
It is true that she is generally in the right; but that is only the more aggravating.
Her conduct was the more aggravating, for I began to get lost among these letters.
The certainty that Japanese troops were being taken across in transports made the situation the more aggravating.
I was angry when I made this discovery, and, what made it more aggravating, it happened on my birthday.
Few things are more aggravating than to see it so applied as to cause horses to draw down hill, as I have often witnessed.
I don't remember when Tom was more aggravating, except when he was getting over the measles, and bit his nurse in the arm.
It would be impossible to conceive of a creature uglier or more aggravating looking than Polly, when she did that way.
This aggravating correspondence and the more aggravating editorials continued in some papers long after the Reconstruction period.