verb (used without object), whinged, whing·ing.British and Australian Informal.
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Origin of whinge
OTHER WORDS FROM whingewhinger, noun
Example sentences from the Web for whinge
But this comes of old fashions, and of wearing a long Liddesdale whinger instead of a poniard of Parma.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
Therewith he clapped his hand upon the priest's hand wherein the whinger was, and took this from him.
The tyrant came to him, and with the poor caitiff's own whinger first struck him in the breast, and afterwards cast it at him.
Mony tynes the half-mark whinger (for the halfe pennie whang).Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character|Edward Bannerman Ramsay
Dand with a whinger and Meg with her glowing brand came speeding to their master's rescue.Border Ghost Stories|Howard Pease