whimper

[ hwim-per, wim- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whimper

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIMPER

Gave it up, as you did, without a whimper or even a whisper?

I might be a "Babe in the Wood," but he should not have the satisfaction of hearing me whimper.

Ralph would rather have heard him whimper and shuffle as he had done before.

"Your father is nothing but an ache and a stound to you, lass," Sim would say in a whimper.

Liza, frightened again, began once more to whimper prettily.

He called gently, and the animal responded with a whimper, but remained where it was.

We will meet again, and when you whimper and beg for mercy, remember this moment!

With what was almost a whimper of suppressed fear he rocked backward on his heels.

His courage had evidently forsaken him; he began to whimper and cry bitterly.

The girl began to whimper, and the lieutenant took Darco by the sleeve.

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