Exacerbated [verb]

Definition of Exacerbated:

infuriate; make worse

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“The economic effects of the covid-19 pandemic have further exacerbated conditions for these workers, increasing the importance of federal and state safety net programs to help them meet their basic needs,” the GAO said.

That commentary exacerbates the nation’s already existing political polarization.

Nonresponse bias makes it harder for survey researchers to get accurate data, and when researchers—or pollsters—fail, the trust in the process dwindles, exacerbating levels of nonresponse.

Of course, 2020 also exacerbated the ongoing crisis in local news as the economy slowdown led to advertising shortfalls.

The pandemic has exacerbated existing delays in finding veterans in need, filing their paperwork and waiting for decisions.

Reevaluate how you approach and consume mediaMost people were already spending too much time glued to the news or social media, a habit only exacerbated by the dramatic election season.

Covid-19 has exacerbated this quite a bit and I'm really struggling.

We still have an underlying opioid epidemic that has been exacerbated by the covid outbreak.

Economists warn that the country is headed for a devastating winter, one that could be exacerbated by political gridlock in the wake of this week’s election.

More than 50 percent of respondents cited environmental concerns like wildfires, pollution and climate change as very or extremely serious problems, but they all related to and are exacerbated by a lack of public transit.