gripe [n1] complaint ache, aching, affliction, disorder, distress, grievance, groan, grouse, grumble, illness, indisposition, infirmity, moan, objection, pain, pang; concepts 52,278,313 —Ant. compliment, flattery, praise gripe [n2] strong hold clamp, clasp, clench, clinch, clutch, crunch, grab, grapple, grasp, grip, tenure; concept 191 gripe [v1] complain bellyache*, blow off*, carp, crab*, fuss, groan, grouch, grouse, grumble, kvetch*, moan, murmur, mutter, nag, squawk, take on*, whine, yammer*, yawp*; concepts 44,52 —Ant. compliment, praise gripe [v2] pain, annoy ache, bother, compress, cramp, disturb, hurt, irritate, pinch, press, squeeze, vex; concepts 7,19,219,246 —Ant. please, soothe

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