grumble at

grumble at (someone)

To complain or gripe to someone about someone or something. I turned the thermostat up, so you all can stop grumbling at me about how cold it is in here, thanks. Of course Marjorie is grumbling at anyone who will listen about how I left dishes out in the kitchen—she's not happy unless everything is perfectly put away.
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grumble at someone

to complain to someone. Go grumble at someone else. I'm tired of listening. Stop grumbling at me!
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
Yet I ought not to grumble at my salary,--I am quite satisfied with it; it is sufficient.
He won't grumble at a hundred a year pocket-money then.
A mere trader ought not to grumble at the tolls levied by a mighty king.
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.
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.