whine[ hwahyn, wahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF whine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHINE
With a whine of remonstrance it swung wider, and Crane stepped out on the sidewalk.
"I only pulled the bilberries," interposed Jamie, in a whine which went off in a howl.
Catholics don't pray, Henry; they whine; and I've no use for whinin'.
There was not a sound save the whine of the wind in the wires as the plane sped on.
Had you succumbed to the blows of fate with a whine of texts upon your lips?
"It's a trick, I know it's a trick," came from the man, in almost a whine.
The speaker suddenly began to whine softly and monotonously.
It is one of them that I do not whine like a baby because I cannot have my own way.
Against the scene a jazz band flung a whine and a stumble of tinny sounds.
She began to be witless again, to wring her hands, to whimper and whine.