niggle

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Synonyms for niggle

to raise unnecessary or trivial objections

Synonyms for niggle

worry unnecessarily or excessively

argue over petty things

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Training is going really well at the moment, I know the niggles I am feeling are just in my head but hopefully I can get out there and do a few competitions," added Highfield.
The 23-year-old frontman has been building up his fitness at PPG Canalside despite a hamstring niggle and could be given a spell at Boundary Park - providing he suffers no adverse reaction to today's training.
Of particular interest in "Leaf by Niggle" are two images: the tree that Niggle paints and the destination to which Niggle arrives at the end of a mysterious journey.
When he did have niggles I just let him come backwhen he wanted and not push it.
O'Neill added: "He's always seemed to have had niggles, even since he was a kid at Leicester.
In the rigours of trying to up his training he's just feeling one or two other little niggles, but it's not a concern," the reserve-team manager said.
There were worries about the craftsmanship, and a degree of over-elaboration in the form, but it is a fine building for all the niggles.
Much of the time, however, we have niggles that we tend to ignore.
You're always going to have niggles in a team environment.
I'm OK but there are still niggles and problems in the groin area.
Stuart Broad also received treatment during the session, mainly in the form of manipulation of his back and side, but both are said to be minor niggles at this stage, the report further said.
Packwood, a centre-half by trade, was also beset by niggles.
Thomson said: "All the Scottish players rise to the occasion for this tournament and we would ignore injury niggles to play.
He continued: "The injury was terrible for me and I kept picking up small niggles.
As so often happens with long-term injuries, when you are on your way back to recovery and trying to push yourself on you can pick up little niggles.