- n. one who moans
- n. a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining
“Back then, they had what's called the moaner's match.”
“But moaning about men doesn't make you a feminist – it just makes you a moaner who can't get along with men for reasons that are probably at least as much to do with your failings, flaws and foibles as they are with some imagined horridness on the part of men.”
“He was the secretly self-important moaner in all of us.”
“Midway through a 0-0 stalemate he stood up, turned round and pointed at the moaner.”
“I was a supporter of John Edwards but now I find him a prissy moaner.”
“I am a lucky guy but used to be quite a moaner and groaner in my twenties.”
“Didn't get the job she fancied in the reshuffle, so suddenly she's turned from loyal Gordonite to moaner about him treating her as female window dressing.”
“Lucinda an annoying moaner really, but she knew how to dress”
“I believe them - this guy sounds like a right moaner...”
“REFERENCES: un rouspéteur (une rouspéteuse) = moaner; le devoir (m) = homework; le souci (m) = worry”
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