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Rejections, conflicts, disunities, challenges, disputes, oppositions, disagreements, dissents, contentions, arguments, disaccords, repudiations.
Disabilities, Infirmities, Maladies, Diseases, Fevers, Infections, Spasms, Syndromes, Viruses, handicaps, curses, malaises, complications, affections, agues, ailments, attacks, breakdowns, bugs, collapses, conditions, debilities, disorders, illnesses, pestilences, sicknesses, symptoms.
Summonses, Charges, Hearings, Litigations, counts, citations, accusations, actions, affidavits, allegations, arraignments, cases, grievances, implications, indictments, lawsuits, prosecutions, subpoenas, suits, writs.
Lamentations, scolds, objections, deprecations, protests, detractions, ridicules.
Examples of usage:
  1. Complaints should be made by individuals when carelessness or danger becomes commonplace. – Civics and Health by William H. Allen
  2. I made no complaints of his conduct, but was much hurt by it. – Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California with Other Sketches; To Which Is Added the Story of His Attempted Assassination by a Former Associate on the Supreme Bench of the State by Stephen Field; George C. Gorham
  3. There was an exhibition there last night, and complaints were made that the room was close. – Elsie at Nantucket by Martha Finley
  4. The Governor, Council, and Burgesses frequently heard the complaints of the local settlers, but rarely the complaints of the Indians. – Virginia Under Charles I And Cromwell, 1625-1660 by Wilcomb E. Washburn
  5. The fact is that the blame for all complaints of that kind is to be charged to character, not to a particular time of life. – Treatises on Friendship and Old Age by Marcus Tullius Cicero