noun, plural cry·ba·bies.
verb (used without object), cry·ba·bied, cry·ba·by·ing.
- cry up,
- cry wolf,
- cry, crying,
- crying shame, a,
- crying towel
Origin of crybaby
Examples from the Web for crybaby
In general, we want to think people will respond to that, not calling someone a crybaby.
What a crybaby you must think me, she said presently, in a limp voice.Dorothy Dixon and the Mystery Plane|Dorothy Wayne
For all this talk o the is an was, an all these thoughts o the why, an all the crybaby My Gods!Every Man for Himself|Norman Duncan