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Synonyms for complaint

Synonyms for complaint

an expression of dissatisfaction or a circumstance regarded as a cause for such expression

a pathological condition of mind or body

a minor illness, especially one of a temporary nature

Synonyms for complaint

an often persistent bodily disorder or disease

(formerly) a loud cry (or repeated cries) of pain or rage or sorrow

(civil law) the first pleading of the plaintiff setting out the facts on which the claim for relief is based

(criminal law) a pleading describing some wrong or offense

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3, 2015, or when husband filed his cross-complaint on Sept.
Samsung denied infringement and filed a cross-complaint alleging that Apple's iPhone and iPad infringed eight of its patents.
Friedman, a partner at the Rutenberg Manhattan office, filed a cross-complaint in July, alleging that "Markowitz, Purcell, and Braddock wrongfully usurped control" of Rutenberg, "converting its assets for their own use and benefit through a pattern of fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, mismanagement, and utter disregard for the interests of Rutenberg and its members," in part by using an invalid operating agreement, court documents provided by his lawyers at Arkin Solbakken LLP show.
The developer filed a cross-complaint against PacRim (and its other subcontractors) seeking indemnity.
The statement, issued by Daniel Platt and Kristin L Holland, California counsel for de Seroux and Narvick International in the upcoming case in San Diego County, says that Narvick will be issuing a cross-complaint against Jackson regarding unpaid fees for work carried out by Narvick.
18, 1999, Crawford withdrew $180,000 from a Fisher bank account without Fisher's authorization, according to Fisher's cross-complaint filed in Pulaski County Chancery Court.
The insurer charged the insured with falsifying claims, and in a cross-complaint to the insurer's action for bad faith and breach of contract, it employed the tort theories of reverse bad faith and fraud.
The appeals court upheld the right of the defendant to file a cross-complaint against the plaintiff for defamation after the latter's attorney faxed a copy of a court pleading to a San Francisco reporter.