aggro aggro


  • (n) (informal British usage) aggravation or aggression


  1. Andrew and his royal relatives are well-subsidized, and perhaps should not complain about occasional aggro.
  2. Just about everything that could turn you off is catnip to him: aggro, solipsism, tension, repetition, torpor and bad jokes that may have come out of a misanthrope's fortune cookie.
  3. Yesterday's aggro and shock, today's museum relic.


  1. Kanye West's 'Yeezus' leaks on Web

    By Kyle Anderson Hotly anticipated album's official release date is June 18; raw, aggro sound gives way to throwback ''side 2''
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Entertainment Weekly

  2. The song will always remain the same - no matter how it's written

    A few weeks on from the Ivor Novello awards and the aggro/ verbals/handbags continue to fly. At the core of the debate is the question of what actually constitutes a song. And whether Calvin Harris should be burned at the stake by "real" musicians. Strap in, things could get bumpy.
    on June 14, 2013     Source:


  1. Sue Barker, a former French Open winner and now the BBC's chief Wimbledon presenter, said: "The drama has gone out of it but I am in favour. For the players it has taken out the aggro. You can't walk off court now blaming a bad call for your...
    on Jun 30, 2007 By: Sue Barker Source: Reuters UK

  2. Writing in his Zoo magazine column about the show, Dyer said: "There was no f**king way I was doing it. It's not worth the aggro. Plus, by the time I'd paid the taxman and my agent, I'd only have seen half the cash! It would purely be a money-making...
    on Jan 5, 2010 By: Danny Dyer Source: Digital Spy

  3. "Princey made a splash and Burt went aggro," Ross said. "He was scratching at the cage and from in there his teeth looked as big as my head. It was the most unnerved I've been for a while and I'm still pumping."
    on Feb 4, 2009 By: Ben Ross Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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