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a. whining; tending to whine or complain.


adj. habitually complaining; "a whining child" [syn: fretful, querulous, whiney, whining(a)]

Usage examples of "whiny".

Rainey called Whiny complained about how she was turning black-and-blue from being patted on the bottom.

Rainey commented that Whiny always complained and Snort tried to make her laugh.

She had considerably more meat on her bones than Whiny, but unfortunately most of it was flabby.

The one you call Whiny is thin, bony really, with breasts that look like puppy dog ears.

If Seth Norman came in to visit his girl, Whiny just might be caught in the crossfire.

Snort or Whiny, but there is a good chance of you getting into trouble before you reach home.

Rrin-saa said, and Roman could almost hear a note of sadness in the whiny alien inflections.

Rrin-saa said, the whiny voice oddly grave as, in unison, both Tampies traced a brief pattern in the air with their hands.

Ben almost smiled, and the whiny quality was completely gone from his voice.

Maybe he could persuade Will, now that he was a mature college man and no longer necessarily viewed his younger sister as a whiny crybaby, to take Serena out to the movies so Bubba and Glo could have a little time to themselves .

At the top, a boy held onto the ledge and ignored the whiny pleas that he let go.

She threw her hands up to her face and affected a whiny, effeminate voice.

Any air space left was filled with bells from the pinball machine and waves of whiny country and western.

The prayer was so long that True Tammas went sound asleep on the hearth and had a dream that must have been about the rabbit, for his ears twitched and he made little whiny noises and jerked his legs.

We shared our pet theories and whiny complaints, then I rejoined Jamilla Hughes on the stakeout in the Garden District.