- 1(Of an offence) made more serious by attendant circumstances: aggravated burglaryMore example sentences
- This makes cannabis dealing as serious as aggravated rape or armed robbery, at the same time that personal use is put on a par with anti-depressants and steroids.
- But for aggravated murder in this circumstance, we believe that it will be founded upon two deaths, the fetus and the mother.
- He had a record of aggravated rape, burglary, kidnapping.
- 1.1(Of a penalty) made more severe in recognition of the seriousness of an offence: aggravated damagesMore example sentences
- Exemplary and aggravated damages in defamation cases are examples of what you say.
- The Plaintiff seeks aggravated damages for the anger, frustration, disappointment and hurt he felt as a result of being prevented from going across the logging road to his lot.
- The plaintiffs also claim punitive exemplary and aggravated damages.
More definitions of aggravatedDefinition of aggravated in:
- The US English dictionary