Definition of aggrieved in English:

aggrieved

Line breaks: ag|grieved
Pronunciation: /əˈgriːvd
 
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adjective

Derivatives

aggrievedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • He let a bit of coldness creep into his tone, and Chris promptly loosened his grip, pouting aggrievedly.
  • But they did so aggrievedly and they looked forward to armistice when they could win back what they saw as just wages and rights.
  • 250 people on bicycles, that is - many in costume - riding all over the city together, the horns of backed-up traffic trumpeting aggrievedly behind them.

Origin

Middle English (in the sense 'distressed'): past participle of aggrieve, from Old French agrever 'make heavier', based on Latin aggravare (see aggravate).

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