The Western inhabitants are not a silent and uncomplaining sacrifice.
She was deeply wounded and silent, uncomplaining; she seemed to be dying hourly.
Two shots were fired, but the bullets cut only the uncomplaining leaves, falling far short.
Yet she was, as the doctor had said, calm and uncomplaining.
A body racked by pain was paying daily its loyal, uncomplaining tribute to his country.
Thorpe gave her the mystified yet uncomplaining glance she knew so well in his eyes.
Fearless, uncomplaining, she “trusted in God and made no haste.”
His air was so gay, so uncomplaining, that it was hard to believe it came from him.
Thenceforward, mother and son awaited the inevitable end with uncomplaining patience which was characteristic of both.
Think of all the Kitty Killigrews you've poured into my uncomplaining ears!
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.