noun, plural cry·ba·bies.
a person, especially a child, who cries readily for very little reason.
a person who complains too much, usually in a whining manner.
verb (used without object), cry·ba·bied, cry·ba·by·ing.
Also cry-ba·by. to cry or complain easily or often.
Origin of crybaby
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In general, we want to think people will respond to that, not calling someone a crybaby.The Right, the Left, and Romney's Jerkitude
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noun plural -bies
a person, esp a child, given to frequent crying or complaint
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