Perhaps I was being unfair but everything we'd been able to do was close to ending with a sad whimper, due to the greed of this woman.
She started to groan with pleasure, but it came out more an eager whimper that sent a rush of heat to her face.
When the Soviet Union dissolved only two years later, not with a bang but with a whimper, we were slack-jawed with surprise.
The puppy let out a plaintive whimper when the girl stepped on its foot.
Suddenly, you hear a faint electrical whimper and your screen is now pictureless and void.
The growl of a demoness was almost a whimper.
Even though these are virtual dogs composed of lines of code and polygons, they still tug at your heart and make onlookers coo and whimper at their cuteness.
Her voice a child-like whimper.
Tears in her eyes, she whispered to him as she lifted him, tormented by the sound of his whimper.
He got no response, but heard a whimper.
She moved close to the bars and sat, never losing his gaze, then tilted her head and let out a soft whimper.
I most emphatically do not whimper, never have done, never will.
whimper in print when you are wrong.
With a small whimper, Anna leaned forward, kissed the surprisingly cold signet, then silently cursed the man who wore it.
On such shifting sands are the pensions of future generations to be built with barely a whimper of protest from Britain's trade unions.
A stomach which he had fallen rather into the habit of pampering of late years gave a little whimper of apprehension.
whimper of protest from Britain's trade unions.
And it is especially undignified to whimper in print when you are wrong.
In the average mainland " community ", the dawn raid and deportation of such a foreign national would have raised hardly a whimper.
Apparently, the dinosaurs let out a pathetic whimper before they became extinct.
Andy Murray briefly raised our pulses, but then finished with a whimper and Tim Henman was more pussycat than tiger this year.
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