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  • noun Plural form of whimper.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of whimper.


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  • Whines and pained whimpers from the bed behind him.

    Boing Boing

  • A day that began with noisy pre-celebrations and rising expectations as Mexico gave Argentina a surprisingly good match ended in whimpers when the Aztec eagle was eliminated from the competition.

    Mexico's Elections

  • You might pay a little more attention to that tempo there … it kind of whimpers out.

    The envelopes

  • You might pay a little more attention to that tempo there…it kind of whimpers out.

    The Red Hedgehog, tomorrow evening

  • He doesn't cry he just kind of whimpers like a puppy!

    mamarobbi Diary Entry

  • She gives him back as soon as he whimpers, meaning he stayed in her arms for about 0.3 seconds.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • It is well known that M. Night does not like to use action in his movies, he prefers to build on the anticipation of action and then at the end it kind of whimpers out.

    Comic Book Movie

  • Single payer would raise the present whimpers about “socialism” to a thunderous roar.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Better Question

  • The houseflies can't even copulate without their joyless, amphetamine whimpers keeping me awake.

    The Voices

  • One night, that same August as the shooting, Fiona broke down in sobs and whimpers and made me touch her all over.

    Quiet City


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