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aggravate
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aggravate
Used in
Mansfield Park
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  • Now it seems nothing; yet it is an heavy aggravation.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • She feared she had been doing wrong: saying too much, overacting the caution which she had been fancying necessary; in guarding against one evil, laying herself open to another; and to have Miss Crawford's liveliness repeated to her at such a moment, and on such a subject, was a bitter aggravation.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Such a look of reproach at Edmund from his father she could never have expected to witness; and to feel that it was in any degree deserved was an aggravation indeed.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Under any circumstances it would have been an unwelcome alliance; but to have it so clandestinely formed, and such a period chosen for its completion, placed Julia's feelings in a most unfavourable light, and severely aggravated the folly of her choice.  (not reviewed by editor)

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