Aggrieved [adjective]

Definition of Aggrieved:

very distressed

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Before they become real, they percolate online, courtesy of a social media ecosystem that is ubiquitous, barely moderated and well suited to helping aggrieved people find each other.

On Corpus Christi's Eve, the usual celebration greatly aggrieved the perth weekly assembly.

"I mean the secret that affects him" she interrupted, in aggrieved tones, feeling that Mr. Carr was playing with her.

Now-a-days, a real, good, wrong-headed aggrieved parishioner is exactly what you do want.

If he should be attacked by any who felt aggrieved by his recent proceedings, the Bishop was to help him at all costs.

The poorer towns felt themselves aggrieved, and often put insuperable obstacles in the way of the collector.

He was threatened with congestion of the brain, and seemed somewhat aggrieved when I told him he had been trying to do too much.

He stared about him sheepishly, bewildered and abashed, and unspeakably aggrieved.

"I don't see it," responded Beverly I. in an aggrieved tone.

"I tell you, I'm the aggrieved party in this matter," he added.