Definition of aggrieve:
misuse, happy, abuse, upon, victimize, ill-use, hurt, vilify, persecute, maltreat, defile, right, ruin, reproach, injure, damage, pervert, molest, misemploy, defame, sorrow, disparage, harm, slander, wound, rail at, ill-treat, violate, impose on _or_ oppress, oppress, grieve, distress, outrage, vituperate, revile, malign, prostitute, wrong, pain, ravish.
- "The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1563-64", John Lothrop Motley.
Where the e is silent; either, neither, seizure, surfeit, inveigle, forfeit, mullein, fief, chief, thief, brief, grief, field, shield, wield, yield, fiend, priest, belief, sieve, grieve, belief, achieve, retrieve, relieve, aggrieve, cashier, brigadier, grenadier, cannonier, cavalier, cordelier; also receive, conceive, perceive, deceive, deceit, conceit.- "Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy.", Elizabeth P. Peabody Mary Mann.
This took place in April, and in the same month King Ferdinand himself handed over a copy of the document to the Diet of the collective states assembled in Baden, with the explanation that the alliance was intended neither to aggrieve, nor attack or injure, but simply to protect the old, true faith, to uphold peace and order, and was open to every Christian government, which desired to enter it.- "The Life and Times of Ulric Zwingli", Johann Hottinger.