There will be people who complain that “nothing happened” or that, without Abraham, Rick, or Michonne, it was a boring episode.
The international community will complain loudly, to no avail.
And we revert to form and complain about how our political leaders bailed out AIG or the auto industry.
But Seapunk diehards may not have the right to complain if celebrities endorse their imagery.
That's something the Romney campaign needs to plan for in advance, not complain about afterwards.
The emperor, Alexius, intending to complain, sent messengers to Peter.
“I rather wonder she should complain of her family,” observed Margaret.
Shall I complain, or only remind you how all right and wrong is confused?
I assure you, you might trust me not to complain of my husband.
But we cannot complain of this critical activity, however misplaced.
late 14c., "find fault, lament," from stem of Old French complaindre "to lament" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *complangere, originally "to beat the breast," from Latin com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + plangere "to strike, beat the breast" (see plague (n.)). Older sense of "lament" died out 17c. Related: Complained; complaining.