Whine

  • (noun): A complaint uttered in a plaintive whining way.
    Synonyms: whimper
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Capitalist Nigger - Response - Reviews
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Bruce Campbell - Filmography - TV Series
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More definitions of "whine":

  • (verb): Talk in a tearful manner.
    Synonyms: snivel
  • (verb): Move with a whining sound.
    Example: "The bullets were whining past us"

Famous quotes containing the word whine:

    When we start deceiving ourselves into thinking not that we want something or need something, not that it is a pragmatic necessity for us to have it, but that it is a moral imperative that we have it, then is when we join the fashionable madmen, and then is when the thin whine of hysteria is heard in the land, and then is when we are in bad trouble.
    Joan Didion (b. 1934)

    When we start deceiving ourselves into thinking not that we want something or need something, not that it is a pragmatic necessity for us to have it, but that it is a moral imperative that we have it, then is when we join the fashionable madmen, and then is when the thin whine of hysteria is heard in the land, and then is when we are in bad trouble.
    Joan Didion (b. 1934)

    I am none of those nonsensical fools that can whine and make romantic love—I leave that to younger brothers. Let my estate speak for me.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)