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whinge

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noun Bellyache; complaint; gripe; whine.
 
verb To complain; gripe; whine.
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Are you and others whinging, clutching at straws, showing yourselves up for voicing your opinions, no, neither is AW of Gosforth.
Whinging Willie is not an easy ride, though, and needs to be delivered from off the pace in order to get competitive.
Whinging Willie is not an easy ride though and needs to be delivered from off the pace in order to get competitive.
Printed with a miserable frown, Whinging Pom Eggs are the brainchild of one of Australia's largest egg brands, Sunny Queen Farms.
His unhappiness was reflected in the letters that are for sale, in which, it is reported, he does an awful lot of whinging.
It's just a pity the minority of moaning, whinging Evertonians can't share the same optimism and are not content unless they are have ago or sniping at someone.
Justin Leonard, who was at the centre of the ugly incident at Brookline five years ago, believes the US team must win by a street to stop the Europeans whinging about bad luck and bad sportsmanship.
In fact, we like it so much that it is a daily topic for debate and whinging about the weather is actually a perverse way of expressing our affection for our climate.
Neil Bramfitt: "As much as I love KK for what he did for the club in his stint as player and manager (first time around) I am becoming weary of his continual whinging about his second stint at the club and the injustices he suffered.
Tim Fisher and the rest of Sisu should disappear into the sunset, instead of whinging all the time.
Now George has advised his fellow actors to stop whinging.