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Correct spelling for AGGREVIED
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Possible correct spellings for aggrevied
- Aggrieve(Definition of aggrieve)
- Aggrieved(Definition of aggrieved)
- Gravid(Definition of gravid)
- Aggravate(Definition of aggravate)
- Aggrieving(Definition of Aggrieving)
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
The steady and noble attachment of her brother had sunk deep in her heart, and reflection only aggravated her affliction.
Order not to molest or aggrieve the men of the town of retford before them in eyre for holding a market on saturday in every week in that town, as the king has granted that they may hold a market there every week on the said day during the eyre aforesaid, notwithstanding the proclamation made by the justices according to custom that no market shall be held in the county during the eyre, the men having shewn to the king that they hold the town of him at fee-ferm, and he has assigned the ferm to queen isabella for her life, and the greatest aid they have towards levying the ferm comes from the profit of the said market, and they have prayed the king that they may hold the fair notwithstanding the said proclamation, and the king accedes to their supplication for the reason aforesaid, and because of the distance of the town of nottingham.
It is very bad society where any one wishes to tread on his neighbor's toes, and worse yet where there is a disposition to feel aggrieved, or to show that one feels aggrieved.
The strange surroundings, the want of care, the unknown physicians, your anxiety at being ignorant of what the army is doing-all this will torture your soul, and aggravate the disease of your eyes."
As for maud, we know-for she was told-that the fairies loved her for herself ere they needed her aid. hanging as it were upon that wondrous power to help which dwelt within her-her simple goodness-may we not say that the fairies discover an enforced attraction, when they afterwards approach the maiden for their own succour and salvation; as they do, a free attraction, when, in the person of swanhilda, they disinterestedly attach themselves to reforming a fault for the welfare and happiness of her whom it aggrieves?