unaggravated

aggravated

[ag-ruh-vey-tid]
adjective
Law. characterized by some feature defined by law that enhances the crime, as the intention of the criminal or the special vulnerability of the victim: aggravated assault; aggravated rape.

Origin:
1540–50; aggravate + -ed2

unaggravated, adjective
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aggravated (ˈæɡrəˌveɪtɪd)
 
adj
law (of a criminal offence) made more serious by its circumstances

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aggravated
1540s, "increased, magnified," pp. adj. from aggravate. Meaning "irritated" is from 1610s; that of "made worse" is from 1630s.
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