(pronounced ihg-ZA-ser-bayt) This very aggressive sounding transitive verb means to make something more severe, harsh or cruel. How appropriate. Example: The recent bankruptcy filing of Jill’s primary client will not only exacerbate her firm’s current cash flow problems but also
This word’s hard, harsh sound conjures up nails on a chalkboard, which is appropriate since it means either to wear the skin off of or to reprimand and criticize
(pronounced ihk-SPAN-tchehn A-tihk)
The space in the topmost part of a home normally used for storage but that is either finished out as living space or is suitable for conversion into habitable space.
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