They had begun to comprehend this exacerbation of emotion—this paroxysmal rhapsody.
Now the place has been set by the ears, and a tone of exacerbation prevails.
Just prior to the onset of an exacerbation the leucocytosis is low.
There was a slight intermission of symptoms and then an exacerbation.
Where the fever was sharp, it usually remitted during the day, having its exacerbation in the night.
The fever during the attack is distinctly remittent, the evening exacerbation rarely exceeding 103 F.
His death served still more to increase the exacerbation of the conquerors against the conquered.
The stock market crash of 1929 marked an extension and exacerbation of the grim farm conditions rather than a sudden decline.
The exacerbation occurred much more frequently just before than just after the period.
Dr. Kerr attributed this increase to exacerbation in the type, and epidemicity of the disease.
exacerbation ex·ac·er·ba·tion (ĭg-zās'ər-bā'shən)
An increase in the severity of a disease or in any of its signs or symptoms.