Origin of complaint
Related formscoun·ter·com·plaint, noun
Examples from the Web for complaint
The complaint continues, “During this period of time, defendant escaped police custody.”
“Defendant moved his hands in a manner so as to avoid the application of handcuffs to his wrists,” the complaint says.
In January 2013, the TRN group filed a second complaint in the Dial Global suit, demanding a jury trial.
He has received no reply from the government to the complaint he sent.
A Republican activist filed a complaint that Perez was ineligible because he had only joined the Maryland bar in 2001.Frontrunner for Attorney General Was Thrown Off Ballot for A.G. of Maryland|Ben Jacobs|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Whatever his causes of complaint, they were of too delicate and secret a nature for seconds, bullets, and newspaper paragraphs!Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Not a word of information was wrung from them, no murmur of complaint crossed their lips.The Petticoat Commando|Johanna Brandt
He got up and beat her till she was marked with weals, but she uttered no complaint.The Brown Fairy Book|Andrew Lang
"And if it is not, the complaint should be made to the notary, not to us," added the baroness.Pride|Eugne Sue
One thing did disturb her; and of that she made her daily complaint.Sense and Sensibility|Jane Austen