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  • What chance has the individual who is aggrieved against the great carrying companies? Cited from National Being,by (A.E.)George William Russell
  • They at once set about raising some opposition, for they felt themselves aggrieved. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • In some way he felt himself aggrieved by the girl's presence. Cited from The Silent Places, by Steward Edward White
  • If the child comes home with us now she may feel herself aggrieved, later, at being sent away. Cited from Hetty Gray, by Rosa Mulholland [AKA: Lady Rosa Mulholland Gilbert]
  • We should feel aggrieved if he gave us anything else. Cited from The Recreations of A Country Parson, A. K. H. Boyd
  • She was aggrieved that he should think that his rough appearance would make any difference to her. Cited from Under Sealed Orders, by H.A. Cody
  • State law allows any party aggrieved by the decision to appeal it in court.
  • The two men regarded her in an aggrieved way for a moment. Cited from The Hollow of Her Hand, George Barr McCutcheon
  • When after the third day no answer came, he was inclined to feel aggrieved. Cited from The House of the Vampire, by George Sylvester Viereck
  • Any person aggrieved by the Master's decision may approach the court within thirty days.
  • But the nation was even more aggrieved by his conduct in respect to foreign nations. Cited from Outline of Universal History,by George Park Fisher
  • It is not necessary that the aggrieved party has to be the one to do so.
  • Does any one feel aggrieved when the public decides to appropriate his land to a public use? Cited from The Unpopular Review, Volume II, Number 3, by Various
  • I thought he was going to be aggrieved, but he was not with ME. Cited from Sisters, by Ada Cambridge
  • Everything that can most aggrieve the heart of man has befallen me here under his eyes. Cited from A Thorny Path, by Georg Ebers, v11
  • If he felt aggrieved he would also find pleasure in exciting her. Cited from The Northern Light, by E. Werner
  • I feel aggrieved because you touch upon them always in a very cursory manner. Cited from Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 2
  • So much aggrieved, in fact, that she found it impossible to return to the law-journal. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, October 1885, by Various
  • He turned the key on the angry and aggrieved child and left him to his fate. Cited from The Children's Pilgrimage, by L. T. Meade
  • "Why should you talk to me in this way?" begins he, aggrieved now at all events. Cited from April's Lady, by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford

Words starting with aggrieve

Meaning of aggrieve

  • verb Infringe on the rights of