One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘it does niggle me that we cannot play whenever and wherever we like’
irritate, annoy, worry, trouble, bother, provoke, exasperate, upset, gall, irk, rankle with
informal rile, get up someone's nose, hack off, get, get to, bug
2‘he niggles on about the unemployed’
complain, object, moan, fuss, nag, carp, cavil, find fault, grumble, grouse
1‘there were niggles about the lack of trim and equipment on some diesel cars’
minor criticism, quibble, trivial objection, trivial complaint, adverse comment, moan, grumble, grouse, cavil
informal gripe, beef, grouch, nitpicking
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