Definition of Aggrieve. Meaning of Aggrieve. Synonyms of Aggrieve

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Definition of Aggrieve

Aggrieve
Aggrieve Ag*grieve", v. i. To grieve; to lament. [Obs.]

Meaning of Aggrieve from wikipedia

- article, Key said in the indictment, "was intended to injure, oppress, aggrieve, and vilify the good name, fame, credit & re****tion of the Magistrates...
- commission of a crime Administration of poison with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy any person Affray Arson ****ault with intent to rape ****ault with...
- he loves her; Ellen corresponds, but is horrified that their love will aggrieve May. She agrees to remain in America, separated but still married to Count...
- grav- heavy Latin gravis aggravate, aggravation, aggravative, aggravator, aggrieve, aggrievement, degravation, gravamen, grave, gravid, gravida, gravidity...
- Act, 1963 is strictly non-applicable to Execution Proceedings and the aggrieving party who lost his rights by way of his default may s**** remedy under...
- the po****r "beer garden" that is knowmn today. Food service followed, aggrieving smaller breweries that found it difficult to compete, and they petitioned...
- exist to aid consumers if difficulty occurs in communication with an aggrieving party. State and federal attorneys general are equipped to aid their constituents...
- aggrandi****t Fr. agrandis****t aggravation aggression, compare agression aggrieve, (Old Fr. agrever, compare modern Fr. aggraver) agile agility à gogo, or...
- person any poison or destructive or noxious thing with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy, or attempting to do so, after deliberately altering prescriptions...
- landmark Nepal polls". The Indian Express. Retrieved 4 December 2017. "NC aggrieves death of temporary police in blast in Dang". The Himalayan Times. International...
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