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aggrieve
used in The Lords of Discipline

4 uses
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Definition
feeling harmed by unfair treatment; or (more rarely) harming someone unfairly
  • Since I did not have the courage to quit, my time in the system became an inquest into the nature of aggrieved innocence.
    Chapter 2.17 (10% in)
  • As a soldier I would have learned much more about an aggrieved and singularly bewildered species, but by then due to the strangeness of our times, ol' Will McLean, born and bred to be a military man, had decided he would never be a military man.
    Chapter 1.10 (9% in)
  • We had filled out in a year, but we still carried aggrieved mementoes of the journey.
    Chapter 2.21 (54% in)
  • Our faces shone darkly, sadly in the mirror, an aggrieved and hopeless trinity.
    Chapter 4.48 (78% in)

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