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aggravate
used in Anne Of Green Gables

5 uses
  • "You've been crying," remarked Josie, with aggravating pity.
    Chapter 34 — A Queen's Girl (72% in)
  • There is nothing more aggravating than a man who won't talk back—unless it is a woman who won't.
    Chapter 4 — Morning at Green Gables (94% in)
  • Marilla looked back once as the buggy bounced along and saw that aggravating Matthew leaning over the gate, looking wistfully after them.
    Chapter 4 — Morning at Green Gables (99% in)
  • You are the most aggravating child!
    Chapter 12 — A Solemn Vow and Promise (5% in)
  • I've never been to an Exhibition, and it's so aggravating to hear the other girls talking about their trips.
    Chapter 29 — An Epoch in Anne's Life (20% in)

There are no more uses of "aggravate" in Anne Of Green Gables.

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