Nasser collapsed about two weeks after the arrest, complaining of stomach pain, probably an internal hemorrhage.
Before that, people were complaining about pirates being too ubiquitous as the hip costume du jour.
But calling your sister-in-law, who babysat seven of your kids all day, and complaining?
That said, nobody below the rank of Bigger Boy is complaining that the book reveals any significant operational secrets.
Another high-profile Lib Dem caused outcry by complaining that “the party was washing its dirty linen in public.”
He was moaning and complaining and threatening all the world, including his father and mother.
The end always leaves some complaining in terms of right and rights.
I shock all good Christian folk, and go about complaining from morning to night.
I do not mean that she was typically American in complaining; far from it.
The men are complaining of weakness from the want of sufficient nourishment.
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.