moaner


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Synonyms for moaner

a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

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THE moaners just don't stop moaning, they just don't get it that the people in a referendum last year voted to leave a corrupt, undemocratic dictatorship.
I am most definitely not a serial moaner but I am a serial realist.
You can't be a moaner in a place like Afghanistan - complaining about wearing a helmet, meanwhile all these mortars are going off, there are explosions all around you, and you're just standing there shaking
Skipper Craig Bellamy may be as well known for his firebrand temperament as for his skills, but when he moved to Cardiff on loan from Manchester City, he joined a dressing room packed with moaners.
This year we celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, and the moaners who forced King John to accept that he was not above the law.
But I could be charged by a moaner or complainer that I've called the minister mad.
BAYERN MUNICH are fed up taking a softly softly approach with moaner Lukas Podolksi.
I do not agree with some readers of Viewpoints who think someone is a moaner because they raise relevant points about the administration and cost of the National Assembly or question local authority decisions.
The Chelsea moaner knows it will be 'off wizz ziz head' if Tsar Romski fails to see some silverware in the west Disney - sorry, London - boardroom next May.
Mila Kunis, she's incredible Who is the biggest moaner in the squad?
GARY HARKINS admits he's a moaner - and he hopes to nag his Dundee team-mates to success now that he's skipper.
I'm first in the office and last out at night but I don't want my employers to think I'm a moaner.
At the risk of sounding like a middle-aged moaner am I the only one who thinks customer service has gone out the window in this country?
Coping: The best initial strategy is often to take the moaner at his or her own self-worth.