Synonyms for exacerbated

Grammar : Verb
Spell : ig-zas-er-beyt, ek-sas-
Phonetic Transcription : ɪgˈzæs ərˌbeɪt, ɛkˈsæs-

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Définition of exacerbated

Origin :
  • 1650s, a back-formation from exacerbation or else from Latin exacerbatus, past participle of exacerbare (see exacerbation). Related: Exacerbated; exacerbating.
  • verb infuriate; make worse
Example sentences :
  • The disposition, of course, was there; it should have been modified, not exacerbated.
  • Extract from : « Expository Writing » by Mervin James Curl
  • To his exacerbated nerves its rich southern melodies were soothing.
  • Extract from : « Egoists » by James Huneker
  • The effects of increasing vessel traffic apparently are exacerbated by the narrow physical confines of Glacier Bay.
  • Extract from : « Humpback Whales in Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska » by United States Department of Commerce, Marine Mammal Commission
  • Accordingly, he has met with some exacerbated decriers, and with very few thorough-going defenders.
  • Extract from : « The English Novel » by George Saintsbury
  • The pains are not exacerbated at night, but, on the contrary, are often more severe by day.
  • Extract from : « A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II » by Various
  • Here he was full in the path of the driving, unwearied wind, which further irritated his exacerbated nerves.
  • Extract from : « The Huntress » by Hulbert Footner
  • What exacerbated his feeling about Mrs. Harrowdean was a new line she had recently taken with regard to Mrs. Britling.
  • Extract from : « Mr. Britling Sees It Through » by H. G. Wells
  • For apart from the magnetic attraction of the metropolis itself, Grenoble exacerbated his nerves.
  • Extract from : « Modernities » by Horace Barnett Samuel
  • This historical, 80 year-old rift was exacerbated by the abyss between the Enver Hoxha regime and its Tito counterpart.
  • Extract from : « After the Rain » by Sam Vaknin
  • And things were exacerbated by a shortage of provisions—for which the kings government was held guilty.
  • Extract from : « The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind » by Herbert George Wells

Antonyms for exacerbated

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