Aggrieved meaning

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Treated wrongly; offended.
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Aggrieved defines a situation in which someone was not afforded the appropriate legal rights.

An example of someone who is aggrieved in legal terms is a person who is not read his Miranda rights upon arrest.

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Treated unjustly, as by denial of or infringement upon one's legal rights.
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Feeling distress or affliction.
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Having a grievance; wronged.
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Injured in one's legal rights.
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To be adversely affected, or to perceive oneself as being so, by an act or situation or by a court’s decision.
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Angry or resentful due to unjust treatment.

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

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(law) Having one's rights denied or curtailed.

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

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Simple past tense and past participle of aggrieve.
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The definition of aggrieved is someone who is distressed.

An example of someone who is aggrieved is a mother worrying about her sick child.

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Aggrieved means someone being harmed or treated poorly.

An example of someone who is aggrieved is an inmate who is abused by prison officials.

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