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Word of the day: Complain
To make a formal accusation:
You should complain about his rash driving to the police.
Grumble, growl, whine, criticize.
Complain, grumble, growl, whine are terms for expressing dissatisfaction or discomfort. To complain is to protest against or lament a wrong: to complain about lack of time. To grumble is to utter ill-natured complaints half to oneself: to grumble about the dinner. Growl may express more anger than grumble : to growl at a suggestion. To whine is to complain in a mean spirited way, using a nasal tone: to whine about a problem.
The citizens complained about the lack of hygiene in their area.
She complained to the hotel manager about the poor service given to customers.
I will complain your behavior to the boss.
He complained of the loud music coming from his neighbours home.
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