In early October, Health Republic allowed me to submit a “grievance claim” which I filed, along with a pile of backup documents.
You start with the grievance, then move to the fantasy of retribution, then to guilt, and then to an original childhood fear.
We do our cause more harm than good if we get outrageously outraged over every slight and grievance.
But he was also stoking a sense of grievance among the police that predated the first brick thrown last weekend.
And, for those who seek real justice in Muslim countries, at least one grievance survived.
He told her the story of his grievance; it may be that he even told her some parts of it more than once.
Nor did he sink his grievance on the arrival of the Mixer a few moments later.
The Columbian grievance against the United States; diplomatic developments.
He waved his arms, airing his grievance with which for an hour past he had regaled me.
But Jimmie had a grievance, and every time he thought about it, it made him nervous.
c.1300, "state of being aggrieved," from Old French grevance "harm, injury, misfortune, trouble, suffering," from grever "to harm, to burden" (see grieve). In reference to a cause of such a condition, from late 15c.