One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘broadcasters always found something to carp about, even after an undoubted success’
complain, cavil, grumble, moan, grouse, grouch, whine, bleat, quibble, niggle, nag
find fault with, criticize, pick on, censure, denounce, condemn, decry, disparage
informal gripe, beef, bellyache, bitch, whinge, nitpick, pick holes, split hairs, sound off, kick up a fuss, knock
British informal chunter, create, be on at someone
Northern English informal mither
North American informal kvetch
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