transitive verb

Definition of aggrege

: to make graver : aggravate

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First Known Use of aggrege

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aggrege

Middle English aggreggen, from Middle French agregier, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin aggraviare, aggreviare, alteration of Latin aggravare to make heavier

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to move with exaggerated bouncy motions

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