Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who, like a baby, is prone to tears.
- n. alternative spelling of crybaby.
“I hope the Rally to Restore Sanity is not political in the same way that cry-baby booby Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor rally was not political.”
“He was a selfish cry-baby, hidden behind a man's mustache and stature, and glossed over with a skin-deep veneer of culture and conventionality.”
“Can we just have the fall elections now so these cry-baby republicans can maybe start contributing to a working government.”
“I really don't care what your cry-baby opinion might be .......”
“I have NEVER seen a bigger bunch of whining, cry-baby, me-me-me, I want it now-now-now "adults" in my life!!!!”
“Failure to do so proves that olegt is a whiny cry-baby.”
“Did he do his right-wining cry-baby impersonation at the end?”
“Before that episode, Kanye had done a good job of walking the line between cry-baby and attention-grabber.”
“Country first or yet another cry-baby from the "me first" generation of Reagan politics? normajean”
“Maybe he'll stomp his feet and go home, take his little mob of cry-baby whiners and tea-baggers with him ..... we can only hope.”
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