Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I am very sorry to hear of your gout, except that it carries off all other complaints.

It presented to her too just an image of the thraldom, which was the subject of all her complaints.

We're not accustomed to complaints of too much fire down here just now.

Yes, said Adeimantus, they give us plenty of them, and their complaints are so like themselves.

Inward light must have been granted, for he heard no complaints in later years.

But me He sent to teach thee that a Tsar must have regard to the complaints of his people.

All they're got left most of 'em, but complaints and narvousness.

The servants, too, complained that he constantly mistook their complaints.

All the complaints that can be preferred against him are kept for that occasion.

Instead of calming him I endeavoured to augment his misery by my complaints.