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Synonyms for bellyache

to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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In trying to size up the 10 years that was, from the Y2K scares of 2000 to the TMZ scars of 2009, we've ranked the Top 10 movers, shakers and bellyachers that most impacted the sports media landscape:
The disappointment and frustration for Swansea was immense, but the manner in which they handled the defeat should be part of a compulsory training session for some of the bellyachers that make up the top tier of football.
Do you bellyachers want Mike Bellotti to run up and down the sidelines swearing, kicking benches and throwing chairs?
This is to all the bellyachers and whiners who think the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the tobacco companies owe them reimbursement for use of tobacco products.
Scotland skipper Gary McAllister has taken a swipe at the armchair bellyachers who have written off his squad as a bunch of no-hopers for Euro 96.
HELP FOR LITTLE BELLYACHERS Children's perception of pain begins early and usually erroneously.
Track #8 -- THE BELLYACHERS, "Whiskey Talking" Background: San Francisco Track #9 -- THUNDEREGG, "If I Went On A Diet" Background: Hartford, CT, occasionally Portland, often Brooklyn Track #10 -- VONYSE, "Choose Me" Background: Los Angeles by way of Indiana Track #11 -- THE HONG KONG, "Always Alone" Background: NYC Track #12 -- BERETTA 76, "10:1" Background: That would be Philly Track #13 -- HEADLINER, "Misled" Background: Lima, Ohio Track #14 -- MAGGIE KIM, "White Girl" Background: A New York gal Track #15 -- BOYS R MEAN, "Oblivious Fool" Background: Milwaukee, WI The CD cover was designed by JANE reader Julia Caitlin Miller.