How to use Exacerbating in a sentence

exacerbating
  • It irritates the mucous membrane of the respiratory system, causing coughing, choking and impaired lung function and exacerbating asthma symptoms.

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  • But both candidates claimed victory on television, a move seen exacerbating tensions that could lead to market volatility.

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  • Many farmers and farm workers are too ill to tend the crops, exacerbating the problem of food production.

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  • If there is a change in your home that is exacerbating the problem, try to handle that as easily as possible.

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  • Whereas, clay-based cat litter can swell up to 15 times its original size via water absorption, exacerbating landfill space.

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  • You know, not that the whole lot of them aren't already exacerbating stereotypes of Italian Americans.

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  • Instead of choosing sides and exacerbating arguments with these issues, couples should use the opportunity to continue working out their differences before they walk down the aisle.

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  • However, environment and lifestyle habits play a major role in exacerbating our body shape and muscle/fat ratio.

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  • Exacerbating it with a new remedy might result in an even more severe condition.

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  • I slip twice in Niederau going to the shops exacerbating my ankle, and then hobble back to the hotel.

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  • The abuse also has a clear impact on the mental health of our clients, often exacerbating any existing mental distress.

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