bemoaner

bemoaner

(bɪˈməʊnə)
n
a person who bemoans
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Our complaints were waved off as coming from bemoaners who did not appreciate contemporary art and function, and they fell upon ears that were overwhelmed by the visual snake dance the architects played on their flutes for the check-writers eager for modernization.
Where are the customary bemoaners of educational "fads" and politicized curricula--Michael Kelly, William Buckley, Bill Bennett, Maureen Dowd?
Where are the customary bemoaners of educational "fads" and politicized curriculums- Michael Kelly, William Buckley, Bill Bennett, Maureen Dowd?
He reminds us that turnout was low in the colonial and federal eras, highest in the emotion-ridden era of party politics, and then declined with the onset of progressive policies championed by most bemoaners of low turnout.