grievance ( grievances plural ) If you have a grievance about something that has happened or been done, you believe that it was unfair. n-var usu with supp
They had a legitimate grievance..., The main grievance of the drivers is the imposition of higher fees for driving licences., ...a deep sense of grievance.
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affliction, axe to grind, beef (slang) chip on one's shoulder (informal) complaint, damage, distress, grief, gripe (informal) hardship, injury, injustice, protest, resentment, sorrow, trial, tribulation, trouble, unhappiness, wrong
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