ظلامة, شكوى, عويل, تفجع, احتجاج, أنين, تظلم
Noun(1) (United Kingdom(2) a cry of sorrow and grief
(1) Prosecutors offered no comment, but their plaint reveals their views: ├ö├ç├┐The heart of Greenpeace's mission,├ö├ç├û it claims, ├ö├ç├┐is the violation of the law.├ö├ç├û(2) To you I come to make my plaint , good sire In the presence of the barons of your empire.(3) The plaint is old and familiar, but not misplaced or ill-timed.(4) Secondly, no plaintiff has agreed to withdraw his plaint .(5) There was only one plaint in the District Court but two appeals in the Court of Appeal.(6) In the absence of a formal plaint there is no legal basis to press further charges.(7) I elegantly e-mailed the company, who sent back a ├ö├ç├┐dear occupant├ö├ç├û type response assuring it's ├ö├ç├┐aware of the varied taste preferences and dietary needs of our consumers,├ö├ç├û but not specifically addressing any point, plaint or plea.(8) What they did not tell the court is that at the time they lodged their plaint , KCA had no officials, and a Normalisation Committee had been registered.(9) Like most of the songs on this collection, it takes the hallowed plaints of ordinary folks and infuses them with a pure spiritual simplicity that a great deal of more exalted religious music never manages to attain.(10) So great was the indignation that the empty plaints of a few celebrities who groused about leaving the country in 2000 became a popular badge of outrage last week.
1. lamentation ::
2. lament ::
3. wail ::
1. exultation ::
2. rejoicing ::
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