- v. To cringe
- v. Australia, New Zealand, UK, slang To complain whiningly.
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“When AW winges that winging becomes the focus of the media and comments sections, rather than the comment of the winge.”
“With a private company managing it we can winge about the evil corporate takeover.”
“When going to the dinner etc with folk who are baptist, Salvation Army, Methodist etc, all they do is winge behind those people's backs about the fact they couldn't have a drink with their meal.”
“I hate hearing religionists winge on about “their” festival and the “reasons” for chrissmass when no such thing is true.”
“I think if people do nothing but winge, they could have the best possible situation to work and live in and still bitch.”
“But that was then; now the FSB has joined in the fuel price winge, but far to late to have any meaningful effect.”
“Okay now that I have got that off my chest and sounding like a total winge – sorry people but it really pissed me off I got an absolutely FANTASTIC present from hubby.”
“The first group are just plain bitter and nasty, they are the ones infecting the place especially commenting on sites like the BBC and Comment is Free with complaints that Boris got in due to all the people in the suburbs who voted for him, They aren't proper Londoners, they don't have the right Postcodes, winge winge.”
“They take a job thats basic job description is to kill and destroy property dont winge back when they get shot at … ….”
“I have also met quite a few working-class twits as well - so this is not a class winge.”
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