How to use Whinge in a sentence

whinge
  • Whinge when you want to Don't hold back negative feelings inside where they'll just fester.

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  • It 's easy to carp and whinge about things when they go wrong, but we often forget to mention when things go right.

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  • Whinge a bit then step up right to finish - the crux.

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  • I was involved in a general whinge the other day, about how jeans do n't last as they long as they used to.

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  • The youngest daughter of the Osbourne dynasty has taken the time out to have another little whinge about how awful her life is.

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  • But you know me, I do n't like to whinge too much.

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  • Oh well, whinge over - i know what i need to do, just cant seem to do it.

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  • Australian wine producers do n't whinge about having to compete on an uneven playing field with French wine growers.

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