- 复数: whines;
- 第三人称单数: whines;
- 过去式: whined;
- 过去分词: whined;
- 现在分词: whining;
‘I want to go home, ’ whined Toby.
The dog whined and scratched at the door.
the steady whine of the engine
He could hear her dog barking and whining in the background...
The engines whined.
They come to me to whine about their troubles.
...children who whine that they are bored...
An Olympian's father gets murdered in a racist attack and you whine about this?
He saw noble and beautiful visions, but he could only whine and bark at Ruth.
A simple friend thinks the problems you whine about are recent.
Don't whine about it, or you'll sound like a baby boomer.
The constant whine of the electric drill was beginning to grate in my ears.
Let me not whine and whimper over things I have no control over.
The roaring engine was joined by another, high pitched whine.
Ever heard a man whine that he's ruined his diet?
Its teeth clacked, and a piteous whine rose from its throat.
The whine of the motors jangled her nerves.
Losers always whine about their best.
Your best? Losers always whine about their best. Winners and fuck the prom queen.
Do not whine or complain excessively.
Go on, go on, I love to hear you whine.
The bullet hit a rock and rocketed with a sharp whine.
Losers always whine about their best , winners go and fuck the prom queen!
The point is to choose whine line.
That i exist is a perpetual whine is life.
Sunddenly the wolf trembled. Its teeth clacked, and a piteous whine rose from its throat.
1. a complaint uttered in a plaintive whining way
1. move with a whining sound;
"The bullets were whining past us"
2. talk in a tearful manner
3. complain whiningly