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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Aggravatioun, n. Also: agr-. [Eccl. L. aggravātiōn-, aggravātio.] An ecclesiastical censure threatening excommunication to one who has disregarded admonition. — 1532 Reg. Cupar A. I. 315.
Vnder the panys of excomunicatioun, aggrauatioun, reaggrauatioun, and interdictioun
c 1532 Stirlings of Keir 339.
Letteris of cursyng, agrauatioun, and reagrauatioun

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