grumble at

grumble at someone

to complain to someone. Go grumble at someone else. I'm tired of listening. Stop grumbling at me!
See also: grumble
References in classic literature ?
Yet I ought not to grumble at my salary,--I am quite satisfied with it; it is sufficient.
I don't wish to keep you a prisoner at home,' I replied; 'I should not grumble at your staying whole months away - if you can be happy so long without me - provided I knew you were safe; but I don't like the idea of your being there among your friends, as you call them.
Married men bully their wives, grumble at the dinner, and insist on the children's going to bed.
The older son grumbles, just as the Pharisees grumble at the beginning of this pericope, saying that his own loyalty is not acknowledged, yet the loyalty of "this son," who squandered his inheritance, is rewarded with a fatted calf.
It also seems like you have Alf Garnett there also, under the guise of Dan O'Neill, who also likes to have a grumble at everything that matters.
However I must praise and grumble at the same time.