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  • adj. Alternative spelling of whiny.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. habitually complaining


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  • But the complaints in the second—the ones I call the whiney reasons—have come up before.

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  • I don't want to be classified as whiney and that is what made Republicans different from Democrats.

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  • I recently came across a blog in which the debate between a "whiney" lefty and a "born lucky" righty became so acrimonious that the moderator shut it down.

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  • Whether or not you agree or feel that the students are being "whiney" as many educators often think with such videos -- there is a point to be made.

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  • Now I know I sound kind of whiney here, but it's not the plagiarism that bothers me so much as that fact that she (or her intern) didn't call to apologize, thank me, acknowledge the mistake or ask me for a more appropriate recipe.

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  • I found him to be kind of whiney and annoying, and that's about it.

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  • He called them names with the adjective "whiney" used in front of those names. Homepage

  • From Team Obama's perspective, they have 13m names on an email list, so who needs the gays, the Netroots, the women's groups, the Latinos, the unions, and every other "whiney" Democratic constituency?

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  • I wonder what kind of whiney comments he'll come up with just after the game tonight when it will be the Nevada Wolf Pack getting the automatic bid to The Big Dance after we clean the UStags clocks!


  • You can understand the kind of whiney-reactions you're going to get when people see this.

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