One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the neighbours complained about his singing’
protest, grumble, moan, whine, bleat, carp, cavil, lodge a complaint, make a complaint, make a fuss
object to, speak out against, rail at, oppose, lament, bewail
criticize, find fault with, run down, inveigh against
informal whinge, kick up a fuss, kick up a stink, bellyache, beef, grouch, grouse, bitch, sound off, go on about, pick holes in
British informal gripe, grizzle, chunter, create, be on at someone
Northern English informal mither
North American informal kvetch
South African informal chirp
British dated crib, natter
archaic plain over
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