a) Angry or resentful due to unjust treatment.

I am aggrieved at the conditions which have been forced upon me.

b) Having ones rights denied or curtailed.

The aggrieved person may present their petition to the court for review.

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  • aggrieved — [adj] very distressed afflicted, depressed, disturbed, grieving, harmed, hurt, injured, oppressed, pained, peeved, persecuted, saddened, unhappy, woeful, wronged; concept 403 Ant. happy, pleased …   New thesaurus

  • aggrieved — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ resentful because of unfair treatment. ORIGIN from Old French agrever make heavier , from Latin aggravare (see AGGRAVATE(Cf. ↑aggravation)) …   English terms dictionary

  • aggrieved — [ə grēvd′] adj. 1. having a grievance; wronged 2. injured in one s legal rights aggrievedly [əgrēv′id lē] adv …   English World dictionary

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  • aggrieved — ag|grieved [əˈgri:vd] adj [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: agrever, from Latin aggravare; AGGRAVATE] 1.) angry and sad because you think you have been unfairly treated ▪ an aggrieved tone of voice 2.) law having suffered as a result of the …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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