Amused, at first, at these plaints, he provoked them for fun.
When they did arrive they were full of plaints, which, however, no one could understand.
His plaints could not reach my ears, but they reached my heart.
On the sea reëchoed the plaints of the victims crying: “Pity!”
But nature listens not to the plaints of man, it is callous to his sorrows.
But the deed was all my own doing, and plaints now are of no avail.
These plaints have been made ever since the Empire, both by the allies, and by us.
She was, indeed, accustomed to hear these plaints poured into her ears daily.
And having none, why worry Lou with plaints that might agitate her?
Plaints had to be sent in to him in writing, and he sent back the sentence.