-to irritate or make bitter; to make more violent
You're meddling only exacerbated their argument!
-strict; rigid; exacting
The citizens held public protests over the new stringent laws against public assembly.
-the complete absence of government, political disorder or violence, disorder in any activity
After the dictator was assassinated, anarchy spread throughout the country.
-required; absolutely necessary; compulsory
It is imperative that you be quiet in the library!
-to praise highly; to laud
Nutritionists extol the health benefits of green leafy vegetables.
-to carry off by force
They assumed someone abducted because she had been gone for over 24 hours.
-unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
Her dedication to her volunteer work over the years exemplified her genuine sense of altruism.
-stubbornly disobedient or rebellious; hard to handle; unruly
The manager fired him because his recalcitrant attitude was a bad influence to the other employees.
-to excuse, forgive, or pardon; to overlook an offense
Your silence will condone his bad behavior...tell him to stop!
-angry, wrathful, incensed
The irate customer demanded his money back.