Men are seen as weak for resorting to a complaint in the first place.
The complaint about Swift is that she only sings about high school stuff.
She testified that her father lost his job and her nieces were thrown out of their school when she persisted with her complaint.
According to the complaint, Shanklin “did not receive payment for the continued use of his image.”
So he decided to make that complaint known generally by blowing up the dam at the mouth of the 20th Century Fox lake.
The complaint that “physicians were in vain” is of ancient date.
I know not whether she had not, in her turn, some reason for complaint.
No complaint was then made that you could not have a fair trial.
And from this group in their agony rose no groan, no complaint.
At the hearing on this complaint, Harris denied that he had ever contributed a dollar to Joe at the latter's persuasion.
late 14c., "lamentation, grief," from Old French complainte (12c.) "complaint, lament," noun use of fem. past participle of complaindre (see complain). Meaning "bodily ailment" is from 1705 (often in U.S. colloquial use generalized as complaints).