Definition of Aggrating

1. aggrate [v] - See also: aggrate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aggrating

aggrandising
aggrandizable
aggrandization
aggrandizations
aggrandize
aggrandized
aggrandizement
aggrandizements
aggrandizer
aggrandizers
aggrandizes
aggrandizing
aggrate
aggrated
aggrates
aggrating (current term)
aggravate
aggravated
aggravatedly
aggravates
aggravating
aggravatingly
aggravation
aggravations
aggravative
aggravatives
aggravator
aggrecan
aggrecanase

Literary usage of Aggrating

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1824)
"Afeard ! afeard ! now Heaven preserve us all, The word is most aggrating to mine ears ! Afeard ! ahem ! an old soldado fear ? ..."

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