One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘civil disorder could be the result of a real or imagined grievance’
injustice, unjust act, wrong, injury, ill, offence, disservice, unfairness, evil, outrage, atrocity, damage
affront, insult, indignity
2‘the phone line lets callers air grievances about public services’
complaint, criticism, objection, protestation, charge, protest, grumble, moan, cavil, quibble, problem
grudge, ill feeling, hard feeling, bad feeling, resentment, bitterness, rancour, pique, umbrage
informal grouse, gripe, whinge, grouch, niggle, beef, bone to pick, chip on one's shoulder
North American informal crow to pluck
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