- v. present participle of snivel.
“Put out a comic that pokes at the teabaggers and the snivelling is about 130 decibels”
“If that cover doesn't strike a chord then the first few pages of this amazing book most certainly will, and me and Andrew Marr (his Introduction that Stewart cleverly spotted is actually an Afterword) are both in snivelling uncontrollable 1950's (me 1953, he 1959) children's tears over it all, our hankies are wringing.”
“Perhaps that evil BushCo used some kind of mind-ray device to turn Democrats into snivelling wimps.”
“So do not DARE presume to bray at me about “real science,” you snivelling, useless, infantile jacka$$ puke.”
“Your sister/wife cant stop snivelling about how pathetic you are while she is blowing the crackheads.”
“Got called on how he constantly whines so he accuses everyone ELSE of whining AS IF it would hide his constant snivelling.”
“Telling lies then snivelling like a PUNK that you CANT back it up so you pretend you dont want to just shows once again how pathetic you truly are.”
“People — and I do actually mean “people” here, not viciously stupid animals like yourself — already know that that pathetically infantile piece of snivelling ideological tripe is demonstrably false.”
“The snivelling that accompanies rightwing stupidity is just hilarious”
“It makes my stomach churn every time Senate Minority Leader Frank Burns (R-Ky) shows his snivelling, chinless mug on the TV.”
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