Aggravated [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Aggravated:

He was found not guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The man survived and Shaver went on trial for aggravated assault.

The deputies said they were the victims of aggravated battery because the man allegedly tried to ram them with his car.

His indictment included 24 counts, on charges of official misconduct, aggravated assault, endangering a person, tampering with physical evidence, terroristic threats and more.

If he pleaded guilty to a single aggravated assault charge and quit his job, he could still see jail time, but the prosecutor’s office would not pursue him for six other crimes, including the official misconduct charge.

He could plead guilty to a single charge of aggravated assault and quit his job.

Malestein concluded the aggravated assault charge Profitt pleaded guilty to in place of official misconduct wouldn’t ordinarily require jail time for a defendant, according to a news story.

The sensual and abominable Carinus displayed the extravagancies of Heliogabalus, aggravated by the cruelty of Domitian.

It is full of deceit, sham, and pharisaism—an aggravated counterpart of the outside world.

A sickening revolt seized him, aggravated by the smiles of the old woman, who dipped and courtesied before him in senile delight.