Definition of "aggravator"
  1. An entity or circumstance that intensifies the severity or seriousness of a situation
How to use "aggravator" in a sentence
  1. The presence of a weapon at the scene of the crime was considered an aggravator.
  2. The defendant's lack of remorse was seen as an aggravator by the judge.
  3. In the sentencing phase, the prosecution team argued that the defendant's prior criminal history could be seen as an aggravator.

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