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whinge

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noun Bellyache; complaint; gripe; whine.
 
verb To complain; gripe; whine.
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Whinging Willie is clearly not handicapped out of the equation on that evidence, however, and deserves support off the same mark of 62.
Whinging Willie is clearly not handicapped out of the equation on that evidence however and deserves support off the same mark of 62.
A's' comment typifies the whinging element in here where nothing is good enough; no-one can do anything right; any positive initiative to make improvement is labelled as too little - too late and everything wrong is always someone else's fault.
WITH regards to J Quinn's whinging letter about the smoking ban in his pub: I would like to ask him, what about my freedom of choice?
RB says: The day Sir Alex stops whinging about referees will be the day Arsene Wenger sees everything that happens on the pitch, Jose Mourinho says he is not the best coach in the world, and Abi Titmuss stops taking her kit off in the papers.
But the Euro MP was advised to "stop whinging and recognise reality" by Teesside Westminster MP Ashok Kumar.
Sir, - I reserved the biggest laugh of the week for the story of Joan Collins whinging abouttraffic congestion in central London.
GEORGE Tyndale cynically accuses Lisa Potts of whinging because she complained about the amount of compensation awarded to her for stress and personal injury.
Don't you just hate millionaires whinging on about stress, when they have enough in the bank to just walk away?
Tim Fisher and the rest of Sisu should disappear into the sunset, instead of whinging all the time.
HERE we go again, pet owners whinging on about Guy Fawkes.