whiney

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪni/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. habitually complaining
    a whiny child
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How To Use whiney In A Sentence

  • The slightly whiney girlishness that sometimes surfaced unintentionally has been replaced by a confident womanliness, and for the first time you are aware of her extraordinary sexual power.
  • And if you need a whiney, loud-mouthed woman to repulse those pesky telemarketers, throw your little sis some cash.
  • The slightly whiney girlishness that sometimes surfaced unintentionally has been replaced by a confident womanliness, and for the first time you are aware of her extraordinary sexual power.
  • The person who brings this out in most women is that television presenter who had the mean little whiney, rebarbative jibes that suited her well.
  • Actually I think it makes the characters seem whiney and irritating and erm… superficial.
  • So much for that farce lable of "pitbull", you seem to act more like a whiney little "poodle"! Latest ethics complaints should be 'a wake-up call,' Palin says
  • High scorers are viewed as maladjusted, whiney, demanding, and quick-tempered.
  • Liam's voice, even though it is distinctive, it's different for the lone fact that no one else could sound as whiney, grainy and completely despondent with everything.
  • Im Team jacob, not because im whiney and hate love but because Jacob fights for te girl he loves. and he hilarious and a good mechanic. Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
  • You lost, get over yourselves, and plan on how to regain office, ya buncha whiney butts. Think Progress » ‘Impeach Obama’ Advocate At CPAC Concedes Movement Is Based Largely On ‘Policy Differences’
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