bellyache

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to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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Leading figures in the arts world are bellyaching over Miss Jowell's plan to divert pounds 100m of lottery funding to pay the Olympic bill.
I saw Lou Borders Resort in the Catskills with its leftover ghosts r and neglected grounds, remnants of a once vibrant, lively period when African Americans brought bellyaching laughter to the property as often as they booked their annual reservations.
THAT Char-lotte Church will spend at least one day not bellyaching about how hard her life is .
Instead of bellyaching about the supposedly shallow 2008 bench, why not consider the following list of people, who probably no one including those on the list--have yet pictured duking it out in New Hampshire?
Writing in The Birmingham Post today, TWM's corporate affairs director Phil Bateman claimed all the 'political bellyaching in the world' could not hide the crisis caused by the city council's suspension of the Tyburn Road bus lane on the busy Number 67 route.
Every time Albert Oehlen comes to town to show a new body of work--which on this occasion consisted of eight very large oil-on-canvas paintings from 2003--the bellyaching begins.
The current bout of anonymous ''he said, she said'' bellyaching reflects the mood of officials in the administration who dreamed of transforming Iraq.
No doubt she'll be accused of bellyaching about the problems of privileged white women.
We elect our leaders to lead, so why not let them do their job and stop bellyaching.
There has been some bellyaching, but far more teamwork.
Fewer Americans want to hear a group of grunge-rock misfits bellyaching about social injustice or drug-besotted angst after thousands of Americans lost their lives in the worst one-day tragedy in American history.
What you've got here is a bunch of rich lawyers bellyaching," says one former Bush campaign official.
JUST when I was going to give bellyaching Nick Faldo a whack with my three iron, he has seen sense and called off his vindictive vendatta against Mark James.
I read all the bellyaching about the march right after it was announced, which boiled down to a bunch of activists whining because someone else was taking the initiative.
Jeffrey Simpson describes the annual gatherings as a "ritualistic session of national bellyaching.