(1) Not how will you aggravate him, challenge him, dare him, antagonize him, and make an enemy out of him.(2) On the contrary it could very well aggravate the problem even further.(3) military action would only aggravate the situation(4) The woman was STILL following me, and it was beginning to irritate and aggravate me.(5) Premature implementation will set back the cause of regional reform and development and aggravate political problems.(6) Ji said that the sudden crisis will aggravate people's mental problems if they are prone to depression, obsession and anxiety.(7) To put energy into pH regulation to reverse acidosis would not help in this situation, but on the contrary would aggravate the energy problem.(8) The negative publicity surrounding OxyContin has aggravated a longstanding problem.(9) The local favourite aggravated an injury to his troublesome right arm after catching his hand in a latch while taking a toilet break on the 16th fairway.(10) However, the problem is aggravated by another large group of litter-creators: the people who throw their rubbish out of car windows.(11) The judge noted he was a risk to the public and said the offence was aggravated by force used and injuries being caused to a vulnerable victim.(12) That seriously aggravates his third problem - namely, that as the candidate appealing to both wings of the Democrats, he necessarily also annoys both wings.(13) Or the theory of weight loss is aggravatingly simple - burn more calories than you consume - and the most pleasant possible practice is to do this without really noticing, for example by taking a nice long walk.(14) When I walked in the door, Nick Partly, my HP, was waiting, looking thoroughly aggravated .(15) Shielded lamps and indirect luminaires prevent the lighting installation from aggravating the problems of stress.(16) People would find me here, weeks later, pale and thin, but worry free and careless, aggravated to be pulled from my hiding place.