whimpering

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

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She shrank back, whimpering feebly; but no one took note of her.

The two dogs were whimpering and snarling at his feet, but she took no notice of them.

When he dozed despite himself, the whimpering and snarling of the dogs aroused him.

Then the wreckers, hand in hand, quaking and whimpering, stepped out to the mouth of the cave.

The child, awakened by Nancy's cry, was now whimpering fretfully.

Poor sweep, whimpering, said, "I am sure I have as good a right here as you have."

“If you ever dare treat me like this again–––” she began, whimpering.

"You just want to bully me," said Beecher, in a whimpering tone.

You were like a baby, slobbering and whimpering in your sleep.

Old Parrish was whining and whimpering as he crouched in his place.

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