wine vs whine

wine whine

Definitions

  • 1) An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice of grapes.
  • 2) nonstandard, UK wind
  • 3) countable A serving of wine.
  • 4) uncountable A dark purplish red colour; the colour of red wine.
  • 5) An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice of fruits or vegetables other than grapes, usually preceded by the type of the fruit or vegetable; for example, "dandelion wine".
  • 6) A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume.
  • 7) A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various other fruits or plants.
  • 8) The color of red wine.
  • 9) Something that intoxicates or exhilarates.
  • 10) (Pharm.) a solution of opium in aromatized sherry wine, having the same strength as ordinary laudanum; -- also Sydenham's laudanum.
  • 11) (Chem.), [Colloq.] See Tartaric acid, under Tartaric.
  • 12) A liquor or beverage prepared from the juice of any fruit or plant by a process similar to that for grape wine
  • 13) The effect of drinking wine in excess; intoxication.
  • 14) See under Spirit.
  • 15) a kind of crust deposited in wine casks. See 1st Tartar, 1.
  • 16) (Zoöl.) small two-winged fly of the genus Piophila, whose larva lives in wine, cider, and other fermented liquors.
  • 17) a cellar adapted or used for storing wine.
  • 18) a vessel of porous earthenware used to cool wine by the evaporation of water; also, a stand for wine bottles, containing ice.
  • 19) the measure by which wines and other spirits are sold, smaller than beer measure.
  • 20) a kind of sweet biscuit served with wine.
  • 21) one who cultivates a vineyard and makes wine.
  • 22) See under Birch, Cape, etc.
  • 23) vinegar made from wine.
  • 24) (Bot.) a large red apple, with firm flesh and a rich, vinous flavor.
  • 25) a machine or apparatus in which grapes are pressed to extract their juice.
  • 26) [Obs.] to be so drunk as to be foolish.
  • 27) a merchant who deals in wines.
  • 28) The expressed juice of grapes, esp. when fermented; a beverage or liquor prepared from grapes by squeezing out their juice, and (usually) allowing it to ferment.
  • 29) a cask for holding wine, or which holds, or has held, wine.
  • 30) whey made from milk coagulated by the use of wine.
  • 31) a wine skin.
  • 32) a bottle or bag of skin, used, in various countries, for carrying wine.
  • 33) A place where wine is served at the bar, or at tables; a dramshop.
  • 34) intransitive To drink wine.
  • 35) transitive To entertain with wine.
  • 36) Todrinkwine.
  • 37) To drink wine.
  • 38) To provide or entertain with wine.

Definitions

  • 1) a complaint or criticism
  • 2) a long-drawn, high-pitched complaining cry or sound
  • 3) A complaint uttered in a sustained, high-pitched tone.
  • 4) A whining sound.
  • 5) The act of whining.
  • 6) A plaintive tone; the nasal, childish tone of mean complaint; mean or affected complaint.
  • 7) a complaint uttered in a plaintive whining way
  • 8) In hunting, the noise made by an otter at rutting-time.
  • 9) A drawling, plaintive utterance or tone, as the whinny of a dog; also, the nasal puerile tone of mean complaint; mean or affected complaint.
  • 10) intransitive To utter a high-pitched cry.
  • 11) intransitive To make a sound resembling such a cry.
  • 12) intransitive To move with a whining sound.
  • 13) transitive To utter with the sound of a whine.
  • 14) intransitive To complain or protest with a whine or as if with a whine.
  • 15) move with a whining sound
  • 16) complain whiningly
  • 17) talk in a tearful manner
  • 18) make a high-pitched, screeching noise
  • 19) To produce a sustained noise of high pitch.
  • 20) To produce a sustained, high-pitched, plaintive sound, as in pain, fear, or complaint.
  • 21) To complain or protest in a childish or annoying fashion.
  • 22) To utter with a whine.
  • 23) To utter a plaintive cry, as some animals; to moan with a childish noise; to complain, or to tell of sorrow, distress, or the like, in a plaintive, nasal tone; hence, to complain or to beg in a mean, unmanly way; to moan basely.
  • 24) To utter or express plaintively, or in a mean, unmanly way.

Examples

  • 1) wine merchants do not want to be known for selling them on.
  • 2) Visitors can also enjoy mulled wine and hot mince pies while being entertained by carol singers.
  • 3) There were eight of around the other night one was drinking wine.
  • 4) When you get a sparkling wine made by a technician you can’t tell where it was made.
  • 5) Where exactly was he when he had his fifth glass of wine?
  • 6) We sat and talked then ended up watching a movie and opening a bottle of wine.
  • 7) Repeat this process with the remaining broth and the white wine.
  • 8) But it contains less sugar and fewer calories than most other alcoholic drinks, including beer and wine.
  • 9) Also works with wine.
  • 10) Or go to a good independent wine merchant and get talking?
  • 11) He was caught with homemade wine in the boot of his car.
  • 12) Watch with a glass of mulled wine.
  • 13) So can you trust the wine in your glass?
  • 14) Sixty per cent of adults say they drink wine.
  • 15) The idea is to put an end to sparkling wines spoilt by bad corks.
  • 16) Champagne is being replaced by sparkling wine or fruit juice.
  • 17) But pitiless producers are defying her wishes and are plying contestants with beer and wine.
  • 18) No more than half a bottle of wine each.
  • 19) Only the finest wines can compete with that.
  • 20) The red wine we chose from the list was not onboard.
  • 21) wine sales are also expected to be buoyant.
  • 22) Making good sparkling wine and making good rosé both need particular skills.
  • 23) He mentioned that his own homemade wine had gone off.
  • 24) They served mulled wine and the effect was magical.
  • 25) Not easy with a wine glass in one hand and a spatula in the other.
  • 26) The group plans to export sparkling wines and beers soon.
  • 27) Add the wine and lemon juice to the pot and heat until boiling.
  • 28) wine merchants are feeling the pinch too, with lots of hiring and firing.
  • 29) Try swapping your wine for beer, that could help.
  • 30) There's no point in any fine wine merchant getting out of bed if their selection is pricey, pedestrian and limited.
  • 31) “_And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto him, They have no wine_” ...
  • 32) A ready re-agent for detecting the presence of lead, or any other deleterious metal in wine, is known by the name of the _wine test_.
  • 33) The preparation of an astringent extract, to produce, from spoiled home-made and foreign wines, a "genuine old Port," by mere admixture; or to impart to a weak wine a rough austere taste, a fine colour, and a peculiar flavour; forms one branch of the business of particular wine-coopers: while the mellowing and restoring of spoiled white wines, is the sole occupation of men who are called _refiners of wine_.
  • 34) Christ, and the wine the absent blood of Christ, but on account of their sacramental union, _that the bread and wine_ ARE _truly the body and blood of Christ_. "
  • 35) Almost as popular is the phrase "wine on tap," used by makers of wine in kegs.
  • 36) The most notable feature of the last decade in wine is – for my palate – the catastrophic slide of far too many wines into a Parkerista swamp of overripe fruit, low acid, high alcohol and enough oak to start a saw mill.
  • 37) And if you think speculation in wine is a new thing, think again.
  • 38) Add the wine, bring to a medium boil, and cook, stirring, until the wine is almost all absorbed.
  • 39) Any man who takes his wife to live in France and then makes her wine is a winner and a keeper!!
  • 40) ‘The fine-wine merchant is the place to go if you want to buy and cellar great vintage wines.’
  • 41) ‘He poured the sparkling red wine into a glass at a small table with two chairs around it.’
  • 42) ‘For other cheesy dishes, a light, fruity red wine is sometimes better.’
  • 43) ‘Bordeaux is in south-west France and produces fine red wines that are often referred to as claret.’
  • 44) ‘The world's finest wines are invariably produced from poor quality soils where few other crops would be worth planting.’
  • 45) ‘You can practically taste the chilled white wine in that glass.’
  • 46) ‘Salty foods may make sweet wines taste sweeter.’
  • 47) ‘There is a correct way to prepare and drink mulled wine.’
  • 48) ‘California makes some pretty decent sparkling wines at very competitive prices.’
  • 49) ‘Sweet dessert wines generally hold up better than dry wines once opened.’
  • 50) ‘I did not see one of them drinking dessert wines, port, or similar drinks.’
  • 51) ‘We sipped more wine with dinner and it made us a bit giggly.’
  • 52) ‘Red Bordeaux is the world's best wine, and Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are the best grapes.’
  • 53) ‘But I'd bet that many wine drinkers have the same problem I do.’
  • 54) ‘I spent the next few years improving my ability to appreciate fine wine and single malt whisky.’
  • 55) ‘If you're short of space, move wine, beer and other drinks into a cool place, such as the garage.’
  • 56) ‘The last research placed Bulgaria twelfth in the volume share list of world wine exporters.’
  • 57) ‘Of course, I immediately undid all the good work with a large serving of mussels in garlic and white wine sauce.’
  • 58) ‘For a twelfth generation wine producer Olivier had a refreshing amount of enthusiasm for his subject.’
  • 59) ‘The grape spirit market was in decline, too, so the EC wine lake was overflowing.’
  • 60) ‘I have invited a couple of people around to play Singstar and drink fruit wine so that should be good.’
  • 61) ‘I also got mildly tipsy on fruit wine which was necessary due to bloody coldness.’
  • 62) ‘Inside was her fantastic Root from the Twisted Wood, a jug of dandelion wine and a large book of poems.’
  • 63) ‘It takes more than coffee to repair the body after a few glasses of Dumvuk cabbage wine.’
  • 64) ‘Spirits and fortified wines were not known although the apple wine may have had quite a high alcohol content.’
  • 65) ‘A popular drink from Sardinia, it is a blackcurrant wine that is smooth despite its bitter kick.’
  • 66) ‘One brew still popular in many parts of China is made of fruit bits suspended in rice wine.’
  • 67) ‘The priest came to visit once a week and then he had cherry wine and little cookies.’
  • 68) ‘Gorgeous actress Kate Beckinsale grabbed the hearts of York males as an amazing 64 per cent said she would be their favourite choice to wine and dine on a romantic evening out.’
  • 69) ‘They are not just the major banks, which the Ministers might wine and dine; they are a whole lot of people who run small, localised finance companies that provide credit to New Zealanders.’
  • 70) ‘The catering division is used regularly by the Taoiseach to wine and dine visiting dignitaries at Government Buildings and Farmleigh House.’
  • 71) ‘You get to hang out with movie stars and Hollywood celebrities, present Oscars at the Academy Awards, and wine and dine top politicians while they view first-run feature films at your office two blocks from the White House.’
  • 72) ‘Plenty of money is available to wine and dine EU Ministers, yet the City Council can't find the money to paint a few lines on the road for more taxi spaces, it was claimed yesterday (Tuesday).’
  • 73) ‘Wylie, who made such an impact with his reports on the Chhokar debacle, was the prime subject of conversation when Newsnight's editor, Sian Kevill, came to wine and dine a quartet of MSPs at Rogue's in Edinburgh.’
  • 74) ‘Apparently the fact that some Canadians live at the same latitude as some Finns and Icelanders is reason enough to wine and dine the likes of Michael Ondaatje and Bob Rae.’
  • 75) ‘Companies and shops should take particular notice of this one as you could also win D4;1,500 to wine and dine your staff on an unforgettable night on the town.’
  • 76) ‘I thought you would wine and dine me and present me with expensive tokens and bent-knee hand kissing in an attempt to keep me as yours.’
  • 77) ‘They rented it, fully furnished, from David Ogilvie, and used their beautiful home to wine and dine the local aristocracy.’
  • 78) ‘And lord alone knows what it costs to wine and dine travel agents here, there and everywhere.’
  • 79) ‘The truth is that the pair once answered an ad for male escorts, mistakenly thinking they would simply have to wine and dine women.’
  • 80) ‘He plans to join in the big parade and wine and dine his glamorous fiancée.’
  • 81) ‘And they can talk to these publishers that wine and dine them, look them right in the eye, I tell them, and ask, ‘How diverse is your editorial staff?’’
  • 82) ‘Many programming and content companies that decided not to exhibit this year are still sending armies of executives to wine and dine cable executives at local restaurants rather than man expensive booths.’
  • 83) ‘It too often seemed like a case of inviting the hot money speculators to play at our casino, assuring them that we would wine and dine them, while protecting them from the harsh treatment they had suffered at the hands of others.’
  • 84) ‘Leading officials of the Democratic Party are using the convention to wine and dine large donors and solicit more funds for the final months of the campaign.’
  • 85) ‘When you take clients to a restaurant you pay partly for the use of the space and a nice environment in which to wine and dine your business associates.’
  • 86) ‘They were going to use the company penthouse that Jake's father's company uses when they wine and dine clients in Seattle.’
  • 87) ‘Afterwards the members continued with their AGM in high spirit and Bertie proceeded to wine and dine at the Radisson SAS Hotel with the Sligo Chamber of Commerce and the Mayor of Sligo, Mr. Declan Bree.’
  • 88) ‘Surprisingly, the doors are normally closed at weekends as the bulk of trade is carried out during the week days when New Yorkers and ex pats take a break from the hustle and bustle to wine and dine in the popular premises on East 41st Street.’
  • 89) ‘They're here to strengthen ties with the U.S., talk a little politics, wine and dine with dignitaries, and test out Camilla's popularity in a nation some call Diana country.’
  • 90) ‘People in Los Angeles love having their nails done so what better idea than to have staff do it as they wine and dine?’
  • 91) ‘Later as German leader he sealed off the hamlet, creating an exclusive retreat where he and other top Nazis could wine and dine, savour the crisp Alpine air, and plan the most barbarous acts of the Third Reich.’
  • 92) ‘Eating out in Ireland can be an expensive exercise, but if the country's superwealthy accept an invitation to wine and dine with Rolls-Royce they could end up with a tab for more than €500,000.’
  • 93) ‘Go in for a dinner on a Thursday or Friday night and you are likely to be overwhelmed at the bubbly, friendly atmosphere as locals wine and dine and just generally laugh about how wonderful life is in this part of W4.’
  • 94) ‘You can eat well at one of the noodle shops or fast-food places for less than $10, or you can wine and dine more expensively and elegantly at a place like the Ship's Tavern.’
  • 95) ‘After some lengthy discussions - Argentinians like to wine and dine extensively before actually exchanging cash - we bought two horses from Wesley.’
  • 96) ‘The party next Sunday is an all parish event where parishioners from Abbeyleix and Ballyroan from all churches sit down to wine and dine in style.’
  • 97) ‘Last December, Hu went to his friend's home to wine and dine.’
  • 98) ‘Hell, why don't you just get on the Concorde and fly your way over to France where you can wine and dine with the rest of the white flag brigade?’
  • 99) ‘If you like to wine and dine in a traditional style, you'll like this place; if you want something a bit more on the edge, go elsewhere.’
  • 100) ‘For many Chinese today, the Spring Festival is a good time to wine and dine.’
  • 101) ‘I went to K's house to wine and dine with friends from a former workplace of mine.’
  • 102) ‘They are members of posh clubs and wine and dine with men and women with tremendous spending power.’
  • 103) ‘Why not fill it with asylum seekers and let them wine and dine in the many House of Commons restaurants and bars?’
  • 104) ‘It is obscene that the leaders of the rich world can wine and dine in the splendour of a luxury liner while offering only crumbs in debt relief.’
  • 105) ‘The congress is just a bunch of old men getting together to wine and dine in a gathering that has no relevance to the general public.’
  • 106) ‘‘We will not wine and dine with murderers,’ said Biti, a 33-year-old lawyer who is the opposition's shadow foreign minister.’
  • 107) ‘Shoes in one hand, eyes closed, a smile of joy on her upturned face, she was wining and jumping up in the mud.’
  • 108) ‘Brooklyn is taken over by a sea of masqueraders in spectacular costumes, wining to pulsating soca, behind eye-catching floats.’
  • 109) ‘See her in the picture above, with Machel wining on her bumper.’
  • 110) ‘More predictable from that medium is an extended segue dedicated exclusively to wining.’
  • 111) ‘Beginning with La-La, which he spiced up with his signature but-jutting strut, he wined effortlessly right down to the ground and came right back up without missing a beat.’
  • 112) ‘He wined down, did the electric slide and did his forward version of the moonwalk.’
  • 113) ‘The music is deafeningly loud and the dancing, or wining, extraordinarily energetic - not to mention steamy.’

Examples

  • 1) Listen to them now, whining about unfairness as the problem is put right.
  • 2) So what are this wealthy lot whining about?
  • 3) Time and again we hear of them whining that things were better at their clubs.
  • 4) Her constant whining about missing him sorely tempted me to ask why on earth she had come.
  • 5) As they heard the whine of the foreign machine fade they were flooded with despair.
  • 6) It was the only place that she would spend the night without moaning and whining for her absent mistress.
  • 7) Bosses put on the customary sad face and whine about being forced to pass on increases because their own costs have rocketed.
  • 8) So she's had good reason to whine and moan.
  • 9) See if we can't get to the bottom of the strange whining noise.
  • 10) Needless to say, some of the parents are moaning and whining.
  • 11) But his mum Nicola has begun to whine and moan.
  • 12) All those moaning and whining constituents '.
  • 13) We have moved into a cosy tack room where a homemade cake is on a scruffy wooden kitchen table and dogs whine for attention.
  • 14) Also, for a couple of years my parents have been bothered by a whining noise in the house.
  • 15) You don't whine and cry.
  • 16) He didn't moan or whine.
  • 17) But within a week I was kicking vending machines and whining about printer jams as usual.
  • 18) HOW dare councils whine about being starved of funds while blowing millions on undies using taxpayer-funded credit cards?
  • 19) If your parents are vilified, you can't complain because it sounds like whining.
  • 20) As the speed increases, the only noise is a gentle high-pitched whine.
  • 21) Her friends finally convinced her to stop whining about her day job and'do something else '.
  • 22) Nor do I wish to listen to a bunch of paparazzi hyenas whining about their ill treatment and trying to justify their existence.
  • 23) ‘While in captivity, they are very vocal, uttering high-pitched whines and howls, rasping growls.’
  • 24) ‘Despite Tim's whines and complaints, his grandfather remained firm and decided upon his choice.’
  • 25) ‘You can bitch and whine all you want, it's no use.’
  • 26) ‘Often it is unknowing, as when a dog is left alone at home and whines and whimpers for attention.’
  • 27) ‘The wolf's ears deflated, the look on his face quickly taking a run for depression, a lamenting whine emitting from his throat.’
  • 28) ‘This really ticked off Lisa and she turned around without saying anything else except for a groan or a whine or a sigh every once in a while.’
  • 29) ‘A precise sound, it gained coherence and Padlin realized he was not hearing a whine or a howl or a growl but a phrase.’
  • 30) ‘At that, she let out a whine and whispery high-pitched pleas for his release over her.’
  • 31) ‘They communicate by stamping their forepaws, chattering their teeth, and emitting a variety of whimpers, whines, hisses, and other vocalizations.’
  • 32) ‘There is nothing like having a boy to fish with, especially one who never whines or complains and who always seems to be in a good humor.’
  • 33) ‘His unique style of whoops, whines, and yells became his trademark.’
  • 34) ‘He's jealous and insecure, wants to hear from her everyday, whines and moans when she calls, pummelling her with classic passive aggression.’
  • 35) ‘He begins speaking in a high-pitched whine and uses effeminate hand gestures.’
  • 36) ‘If you're getting a high-pitched whine rather than a hum your hard drive may be the culprit.’
  • 37) ‘I feel like I must suck as a mother because some days it seems that all he does is whine and moan and complain.’
  • 38) ‘All this time, Brooks moans and whines, but he is inspired without hardly realizing it.’
  • 39) ‘She croaks, squeaks, howls, and whines her way through the role, nearly always off-key and most horrid.’
  • 40) ‘The singer whines and groans his way through every song.’
  • 41) ‘You have to squeak it in a shrill whine, which says all that you need to know about the man himself.’
  • 42) ‘He asked me, his voice a slightly high-pitched whine, as though he had never progressed from childhood.’
  • 43) ‘You can quite easily cut down high pitch whines by using sound insulation in cases like Akasa's Pax Mate, which works pretty well.’
  • 44) ‘In both the older and newer segments, the mix has some type of background noise, from crackling to hissing to buzzing to high-pitched whines.’
  • 45) ‘I would compare it with the whine of an aircraft engine, obliterating the sounds of nature.’
  • 46) ‘If anything, the faster fan drowns out the high-pitched whine with lower-pitched wind noise.’
  • 47) ‘You'll hear half a bang then a high-pitched whine to simulate ringing in your ears.’
  • 48) ‘It was not a high-pitched whine, but the noise was audible above the rest of the system.’
  • 49) ‘But throughout, as the procession goes around and around, the aural system is assaulted by an unattractive mix of hysterical commentary and high pitched engine whine.’
  • 50) ‘As the tangents diverge, a sample of found sound enters the piece, with crowd murmur and the whine of vehicle brakes.’
  • 51) ‘Miller would have dismissed the thud if it were not for the unusual whine that the engine had developed soon after the thud.’
  • 52) ‘After what seemed like a very long time, the whine of the engine changed pitch and they seemed to descend.’
  • 53) ‘The steady whine of the engines reverberated through the cabin as everyone watched their panel to make sure everything was functioning properly.’
  • 54) ‘The huge rotors made hardly a whisper as they coasted, and the engine whine was so muted that the sergeant doubted anyone outside the compound could even hear it.’
  • 55) ‘Between the deafening whine of the jet engines and the music, the two men looked at each other and wondered what in God's name was transpiring up there.’
  • 56) ‘Is the use of incidental sound from hospital waiting rooms, or the jet engine whine during an undressing, meaningful and intensely intent-filled?’
  • 57) ‘She was shielded from the plane by the hill, but she could still hear the whine of its engine as it approached.’
  • 58) ‘The rising whine of the engines building up gives way to a satisfying roar of power as the engines open up.’
  • 59) ‘Their mysterious clicks and whines echoed through the water as they bumped and circled each other.’
  • 60) ‘When the bell rang, sounding the end of school with its high pitched whine, they were reluctant to part, but they did so.’
  • 61) ‘Instantly, Wendy's eyes watered as the ultrasonic whine assailed her sensitive ears.’
  • 62) ‘As they crossed the bridge, Dellege spoke up through the roar of the rain and the whine of the ship's engine.’
  • 63) ‘‘I understand that,’ Anna protested, a hint of a whine in her voice.’
  • 64) ‘‘I don't want to move,’ Leigh complained with a small whine in her voice.’
  • 65) ‘They dream of a return to that now vanished golden era when a Northern stand-up comedian with a trade-mark whine for a voice led the party.’
  • 66) ‘His frown deepened and his voice broke into a whine.’
  • 67) ‘Even the narrator admits there was a real whine in his voice.’
  • 68) ‘But the move is greeted by the gripes and whines of local competitors who have grown accustomed to living off the scraps of their presence.’
  • 69) ‘People whine and bitch about how blogs don't contain facts, that they just contain opinions.’
  • 70) ‘When rejected, his voice softens almost to a whine.’
  • 71) ‘he called with a touch of whine in his voice, ‘I wasn't doing anything to you.’’
  • 72) ‘‘Shut up,’ he said in a tone coming dangerously close to a whine.’
  • 73) ‘‘Haha, give it back,’ I tried to joke, but my tone came out as almost a desperate whine.’
  • 74) ‘I couldn't stop my voice from having a small whine to it.’
  • 75) ‘Amara could hear her voice rising to a shrill whine, as it always did when she was upset.’
  • 76) ‘We used to be kids, and now that we have one we know that they'd do nothing but whine and bitch and moan as they walked and walked and walked.’
  • 77) ‘They don't argue, whine or bitch about the refs.’
  • 78) ‘I think Paul Swain put it perfectly when he said that if the system was lax, the New Zealand First members would be the first to scream, whinge, and whine about it.’
  • 79) ‘Others however, apologise, make excuses, whine, whinge and generally make a 14th century beggar look like a rank amateur.’
  • 80) ‘I hung up mildly satisfied knowing if I stayed on the phone I'd hear him bitch and whine.’
  • 81) ‘The dreaded little sister whine had crept into her voice.’
  • 82) ‘All they do is whinge and whine about how hard life is and how they've been left behind.’
  • 83) ‘Castor shook them both vigorously and they protested with petulant whines and complaining moans.’
  • 84) ‘The petulant whine made it easy to identify Faunella as the speaker.’
  • 85) ‘The next five and a half hours were filled with whines and complaints, courtesy of Courtney.’
  • 86) ‘The music industry's constant whine about file sharing is extremely annoying.’
  • 87) ‘The assault landing thrusters begin to kick in, a loudly whine of complaint against too rapid a fall under fierce gravity.’
  • 88) ‘Adam whines in protest as Lauren's fingers wrap around the carton and bring it closer towards him.’
  • 89) ‘John offers a constant and persistent whine that borders on sedition.’
  • 90) ‘He constantly calls and whines to me about my not calling him and including him in my life.’
  • 91) ‘He constantly whines about his lot in life without doing anything to change it or realize he has done this to himself.’
  • 92) ‘She constantly whines but worst of all she hangs around with people who, in reality she would dislike and vice versa.’
  • 93) ‘Rick lunged over the console, drawing a protesting electronic whine from the stereo speakers in the walls and ceiling.’
  • 94) ‘I have the urge to constantly whinge and whine about Printspace.’
  • 95) ‘Do you constantly whine like a pig stuck in a tight pram over minute issues?’
  • 96) ‘It's quite annoying. people that constantly whine annoy the hell out of me; I just want to smack them through the closest wall eventually.’
  • 97) ‘All she ever did was constantly whine about how these ‘losers’ kept bugging her.’
  • 98) ‘The only ‘work’ these characters appear to do is gossip, whinge, whine and bitch about everyone and anything.’
  • 99) ‘What we hear from the National Party is doom, gloom, whinge, whine, grizzle, and groan.’
  • 100) ‘Quin tried to keep his voice reasonable, but it came out as a pleading whine.’
  • 101) ‘I cringed inwardly at the pathetic whine my voice had become.’
  • 102) ‘Jack started to calm down, and the screams turned into whispered whines.’
  • 103) ‘In the house by the beach a dog whines and scratches the door.’
  • 104) ‘Kit's voice whined sharply, reminding Alan that he still hadn't answered Kit's question.’
  • 105) ‘The dog whined and lay onto his stomach, looking up at Kara with big brown eyes.’
  • 106) ‘The dog whined and ran off back to its kennel whence it came.’
  • 107) ‘Dog whined and pushed up against him, and they shivered in the shared memory of the Bomb.’
  • 108) ‘He doesn't have an attractive voice by any stretch of the imagination; he whines, wails, and grates against the ear.’
  • 109) ‘The sounds are of a rural backwater waking up: crowing, barking, scratching, whining.’
  • 110) ‘The engine noise was a little disappointing as it seemed to be strained and too high pitched, almost whining.’
  • 111) ‘Danny resumed scratching the dog behind his ears, and Barkie whined happily.’
  • 112) ‘They whined and complained, prompting a closed-door meeting with Paxson to try and calm things down.’
  • 113) ‘But would Nick complain if I whine too much about life in my practice?’
  • 114) ‘He didn't whine or complain about the pain, he simply internalized it.’
  • 115) ‘They can complain and whine all they want, but it doesn't change the fact that the world is changing around them.’
  • 116) ‘I also don't complain and whine about the pain afterwards.’
  • 117) ‘He had every right to complain and whine about everything that went wrong for him, but he didn't.’
  • 118) ‘It was filled with many happy children and one monotonally wailing child who just stood there and whined.’
  • 119) ‘He grumbles and whines, his voice always reaching the highest hysterical pitch it can fine.’
  • 120) ‘Yes, they were petulant crybabies who whined until they got what they wanted.’
  • 121) ‘By her own instruction she moaned and whined a lot.’
  • 122) ‘Tristyn whined her complaint as he once more changed the channel to the infamous movie.’
  • 123) ‘Of course they moan and whine about ‘class warfare’ whenever the discussion points to how they exploit the weak.’
  • 124) ‘The way he practically whined it made me smile and eventually I began to giggle.’
  • 125) ‘Jay began whining almost immediately after they got back to their apartment the first night.’
  • 126) ‘I look up at the sign listening when the next bus was coming as he begins whining like a child at me.’
  • 127) ‘Jake began to whine about having his gun for protection and knowing plenty enough about traveling in the forest not to get hurt.’
  • 128) ‘The girl began to whine and her mother was losing her patience.’
  • 129) ‘The children began to whine, annoyed by the fact their cartoons were interrupted.’
  • 130) ‘Oliver began to whine about something, and Troy was bugging Caleb about his tattoo again a second later.’
  • 131) ‘Michael began to whine when he dropped his stuffed animal and she quickly moved to placate him.’
  • 132) ‘He whined the whole way home, complaining that he was old enough to walk home by himself.’
  • 133) ‘He whined the whole time and said he didn't want any, then we get home and he is all whiny and says he doesn't even want to go swimming.’
  • 134) ‘I talked briefly to the paramedic, whined a bit about my circumstances, and did whatever he told me to do.’
  • 135) ‘We whine a little, then we give her a yes-or-no response.’
  • 136) ‘Upset by the prospect of going back to the living hell of London, I whine a bit to anyone who'll listen, then get on train and come back to London.’
  • 137) ‘It is said in a peculiar mid-Atlantic accent - I'll try and write it, phonetically, as he would whine it.’
  • 138) ‘It's hard to whine about the end of a show without giving it away.’
  • 139) ‘Sarah insisted for Alli to come out of the pool and follow her inside as she fixed dinner, and after some more whining the girl obeyed.’
  • 140) ‘She laughed a bit and they continued on their way, James whining every once in a while.’
  • 141) ‘This was her feature film debut, and it is unfortunate that her talents were so wasted as she whines her way through one detailed discussion after another about her sex life.’
  • 142) ‘Look at your womanly physique in the mirror and stick out your gut so that you can complain and whine even more about how you're getting fat.’
  • 143) ‘Nevertheless, a low mutter - even a whine - of petition accompanies me throughout my days.’
  • 144) ‘She realized there was nothing she could do but grumble, complain, whine and cry but that wasn't going to get her anywhere.’
  • 145) ‘To all my online friends who have listened to my whinges and whines and put up with my annoyingly self centred outlook on life.’
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