- n. Plural form of whine.
“And women still prefer to adapt quietly than to ask for equal rights; they will be marvelous and somehow manage to spend time with children, run a house, sympathise with their husband and most important of all, maintain a cheerful façade, because no one thinks a woman who whines is attractive, least of all the woman herself.”
“Because the whines from the right have become such a constant, nobody is going to pay any attention if they ever have anything legitimate to complain about.”
“ROFL McCain whines about “feeling left out” but chickens out of an invitation to meet with media representatives – Yup.”
“Goldstein whines that given the overall Blue trend in WA, we've got nothing to celebrate.”
“One of the big whines is the lack of blatant support for wordpress. com users.”
“Biadh, biadh, biadh," in whines and snarls their desperation”
“April 23rd, 2010 at 11: 11 am jbrantow says: palin whines it’s a sad day.”
“Mr. Somin whines a lot but he doesn’t seem to have a solution, so we should take it that his solution is if you get past the border you are homefree.”
“We can't even get fire," he whines, which is the producers 'cue to summon a sky full of flaming arrows, one of which pierces Neil's cold, black heart and delivers us all from his evil.”
“First, the human brain is wired to detect "whines" through tone of voice and facial expressions, not through words on a computer screen.”
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