Related formspre·griev·ance, noun
Examples from the Web for grievance
In early October, Health Republic allowed me to submit a “grievance claim” which I filed, along with a pile of backup documents.
We do our cause more harm than good if we get outrageously outraged over every slight and grievance.
When the grievance committee, led by a Copé associate, declared Copé the winner again, Fillon demanded a re-vote; Copé dug in.France’s Petty Politics Brings Christmas Early to Scandal Lovers|Tracy McNicoll|December 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Since falling under Western colonial rule, the Muslim world has developed a narrative of grievance.
But the level of anti-American grievance Obama observed and deplored in 2008-2009 has not abated.
Now, is it only a 'silly-season' cry, this grievance about no houses, or is it true?The Brightener|C. N. Williamson
"It is my only grievance against you, Mrs. Nancy," Eve told the little shining lady.Mistress Anne|Temple Bailey
Even twelve hours' work a day is better than a newspaper at four in the afternoon and a grievance for the rest of the evening.Fantasia of the Unconscious|D. H. Lawrence
As the weary days of starvation and death wore on, nearly every member of the party developed a grievance.Henry Hudson|Thomas A. Janvier
Some Germans seem to think so, and it behoves us, if we can, to find out what the German grievance is.Britain at Bay|Spenser Wilkinson
British Dictionary definitions for grievance
Word Origin for grievance
Idioms and Phrases with grievance
see air one's grievances.