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Correct spelling:
aggravation (noun)
bedevilment, disturbance, virulence, ire, annoyance, provocation, harassment, trouble, arousal, irritation, pique, petulance, exasperation, resentment, scorn, torment, bother, vexation, perturbation, discomposure, enragement, indignation, inflammation, aggravation.
Other synonyms:
embitterment, increasing.
Examples of usage:
  1. But the spring was always her worst time as to health; and during this customary vernal exacerbation of illness, in April, she found herself obliged at last, after fourteen service, to send in her resignation to the Daily News. 1866, years' - "Harriet Martineau", Florence Fenwick Miller.
  2. And with the compulsory indolence of your life, the long exacerbation of the nervous system, will come the first pain of nostalgia,- the first weariness of the tropics. - "Two Years in the French West Indies", Lafcadio Hearn.
  3. With such exacerbation of temper at the commencement of negotiations, their progress was of necessity stormy and slow. - "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.

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