aggrievedly

aggrieved

[uh-greevd]
adjective
1.
wronged, offended, or injured: He felt himself aggrieved.
2.
Law. deprived of legal rights or claims.
3.
troubled; worried; disturbed; unhappy.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English; see aggrieve, -ed2

aggrievedly [uh-gree-vid-lee] , adverb
aggrievedness, noun


1. abused, harmed, wounded.
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aggrieved (əˈɡriːvd)
 
adj
feeling resentment at having been treated unjustly
 
aggrievedly
 
adv

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aggrieve
early 14c., from O.Fr. agrever "bear heavily on," from L. aggravare "make heavier" (see aggravation). Aggrieved in the legal sense of "injured or wronged in one's rights" is from 1580s.
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