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used in The Child by Tiger

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feeling harmed by unfair treatment; or (more rarely) harming someone unfairly
  • "He comes with his moaney, he pays it down like everybodies — I should say no?" he cried, with such an accent of aggrieved innocence that, in spite of the occasion, a few people smiled.

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