[gree-shuhk; Scot. gree-shuhkh] /ˈgri ʃʌk; Scot. ˈgri ʃʌx/
a bed of embers, especially of a peat or moss fire.
[gree-vuh ns] /ˈgri vəns/ noun 1. a wrong considered as grounds for complaint, or something believed to cause distress: Inequitable taxation is the chief grievance. 2. a complaint or resentment, as against an unjust or unfair act: to have a grievance against someone. /ˈɡriːvəns/ noun 1. a real or imaginary wrong causing resentment and regarded […]
noun 1. a group of representatives chosen from a labor union or from both labor and management to consider and remedy workers’ grievances.
[gree-vuh nt] /ˈgri vənt/ noun 1. a person who submits a complaint for arbitration.
[greev] /griv/ verb (used without object), grieved, grieving. 1. to feel or great sorrow: She has grieved over his death for nearly three years. verb (used with object), grieved, grieving. 2. to distress mentally; cause to feel grief or sorrow: It grieves me to see you so unhappy. 3. Archaic. to oppress or wrong. /ɡriːv/ […]