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grievance
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Edward)

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the cause of a complaint (real or imagined); or the complaint in formally written form
  • They had lately manifested themselves in the alacrity with which the whole army had caught at the insidious suggestion of abandoning the war; and, just before the second assembly, Thersites avails himself of the general feeling, constituting himself the representative of a popular grievance, to vent his personal spite against Agamemnon.
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