whiny

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪni/ ]
[ US /ˈhwaɪni, ˈwaɪni/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. habitually complaining
    a whiny child
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How To Use whiny In A Sentence

  • Hi," she said, in the kind of nasally, whiny voice that has been known to inspire premeditated violence. bluemeany Diary Entry
  • It's just that some of us are better than others at letting our superegos muffle our whiny ids.
  • Much of the time she seems very angry and whiny, which is to be expected from someone harboring as much resentment as she does, but it does get annoying at times. Reviews of fantasy and science fiction books
  • I like him not, with his laced band and feather, his book and lute: harquebuss and whinyard are the tools for these days. Rob of the bowl : a legend of St. Inigoe's,
  • Diaz is frowsy, whiny and has no chemistry with any other character.
  • My voice wobbles and sounds weak and whiny, I don't like it.
  • There are those who will think I'm being a whiny nebbish, and I just don't care.
  • There are television shows and whiny bands that cater to teenage angst, but I take angst to be primarily inward-looking. Love and War and Teenagers | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • The lyrical viewpoint of the song is bracing rather than saccharine or whiny.
  • Not being able to see him, I could concentrate on his voice ... which to me was kind of nasally and whiny. The News is NowPublic.com - NowPublic.com: The News is Now Public
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