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It was her standard response to our questions, which in retrospect probably came out more like whines, about what was about to land on our plates.At the end of an isolating year, even the embarrassing, frustrating, weird parts of family gatherings feel missed|Theresa Vargas|December 26, 2020|Washington Post
They usually find whining to be an unattractive quality best left to toddlers and MSNBC hosts.
Detractors might say this is a whole lot of feminist whining, of finding problems where there are none.We Should Celebrate Social Media's Slaying of Robin Thicke|Tauriq Moosa|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or refusing to take on menial work, such as working in a café for example, and instead whining at your parents to pay your rent?
We are constantly bombarded by whining from the right over its contrived war on Christmas.
Katherine, Daniel, and Nathan are quite unlikable people, stuck with one another, whining to their friends and family.
When I hear (as I often do) some flabby boozer whining and ascribing his trouble to the drinkshop, I despise him.The Chequers|James Runciman
Howsomever, I am not dead broke yet, and even if a man is dead broke inself, there is no reason why he should go whining about it.The Whale and the Grasshopper|Seumas O'Brien
It is the apt accompaniment of a whining tongue, the fit complement of a verjuice countenance.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
Soon a whining commences, which grows louder and louder, and becomes disagreeable to every person present.Charles Duran|The Author of The Waldos
Even on the outside, however, they could hear her shrill, whining protest against any mention of Morley.The Winning Clue|James Hay, Jr.