grievance (n.) 1
distress, suffering, pain
LC 67 [of the reverend man and the woman] he again desires her ... / Her grievance with his hearing to divide
Sonn 30.9 [] Then can I grieve at grievances foregone
TG I.i.17 [Proteus to Valentine] Commend thy grievance to my holy prayers
TG III.ii.86 [Proteus to Thurio, of love-songs] such sweet complaining grievance
TG IV.iii.37 [Eglamour to Silvia] I pity much your grievances

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