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  • noun Plural form of moaner.

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Examples

  • Both he and Khamenei have deplored "moaners" who "exaggerate" and refuse to see the giant leaps that they say Iran has made under the current administration.

    At home, Iran's president faces political battle over efforts to widen his powers

  • Safety and Security Minister Charles Nqakula should apologise for calling citizens concerned about crime "moaners," the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Lord Sugar is heading up a new task force to help small firms turned down for loans, who he has previously condemned as 'moaners' who live in 'Disney World'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Mr Wright called for Lord Sugar's resignation in November when the newly appointed Business Tsar described struggling companies as "moaners" living in "Disney World".

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The businessman and TV star caused controversy last year when he reportedly described struggling small companies as "moaners".

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  • Since his appointment as enterprise tsar, Lord Sugar has outraged businesses by complaining that they are 'moaners' who live in 'Disney World'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Last year, Lord Sugar hit the headlines after labelling struggling businesses 'moaners' who lived in 'Disney World'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Lord Sugar is heading up a new task force to help small firms turned down for loans, who he has previously condemned as 'moaners' who live in 'Disney World'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • The Government's regrettable choice of enterprise czar, Lord Sugar, decided to cast small businesses that are not good risks as "moaners" instead of working out how to turn struggling SMEs round.

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  • I think your find the vast majoirty of the so called "moaners" like myself last week were concerned about not being able to put our chances away and dropping points where we should not have done.

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