Exacerbate in a sentence

Use Exacerbate in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] to make worse ;

The growth of urban population exacerbated the housing shortage.

This growing socioeconomic inequality exacerbated underlying religious tensions.

Its calcium content is high and may exacerbate failing kidney function.

This explains why air pollution can exacerbate both drought and flood.

These difficulties were greatly exacerbated by poor civil defence planning.

This cold weather exacerbated the fuel problem.

Sleep disruption may actually exacerbate the mental illness state.

The problem is further exacerbated by inadequate resources and trained personnel.

Family stress and parental anxiety exacerbate this.

Rising sea waters have exacerbated the problem.

The global economic and social crises are exacerbated by the coming election.