Nauseous, perhaps, but not aggrieved.
Some aggrieved residents have pressed ahead despite the government clampdown.
Movements are created when a leader emerges to speak on behalf of the aggrieved.
The justice department is currently suing the author on behalf of Donald Trump’s aggrieved wife.
After the book’s publication, the author had a telephone call from an aggrieved McGuinness.
I'm not sure if Ireland should be grateful for only losing by 13, or England aggrieved for not scoring more."
Embedded in Greenwald’s hostility to Trump’s critics seems to be the aggrieved question “What took you so long?”
This will result in millions of aggrieved students and many more millions of aggrieved parents and grandparents.
Near the beginning of the show, Michael explained, with aggrieved and exaggerated patience, how he burned his foot on his Foreman grill:
If the measures were later seen to have been deemed erroneous or excessive, the aggrieved party would be able to take compensatory measures.
But most people regard them as aggrieved cattle herders whose minor clashes with farmers over space for land and water has now been hijacked by criminal gangs.
In the past the aggrieved have been understood to be individuals who were directly harmed by discrimination and, in a subsequent interpretation, their neighbours.
Breitbart News, the conservative website now run by former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, quickly became a gathering place for aggrieved Trump backers.
.), American actor, writer, and director, one of the leading movie stars of the early 21st century, known for his comic portrayal of neurotic or aggrieved characters.
It's an example - fairly diverting, but never entirely satisfying - of another currently popular television genre: the fairy tale of aggrieved American manhood." — New York Times
Kilmarnock will probably feel aggrieved that they were not given the chance of an equaliser when they were denied a late free-kick after Danny Whitehall was fouled by Leon Balogun just outside the penalty box, but a draw would have flattered the visitors.
"They have invested significantly to ensure they’re operating safely and can rightly feel aggrieved that commitments on test and trace which are supposed to be another key method of reducing the harm of both the virus and the lockdowns have so far fallen short."
A Republican close to the White House and a senior administration official told Politico that the president felt particularly aggrieved by Romney's decision to break ranks Wednesday and become the only Republican to vote to convict him in the Senate impeachment trial.
While most of the fallout from both draws against Neil Lennon's side has revolved around the troubles of the current Scottish champions, nothing highlights the progression of this Livingston side more than the fact they feel aggrieved to have only taken two points from six.
Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who announced the change at the Justice Department, both used the aggrieved language of anti-immigrant activists, arguing that those in the country illegally are lawbreakers who hurt native-born Americans by usurping their jobs and pushing down wages.
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