1 "The doctor don't want I should be left without anybody to do for me," she said in her flat whine.
2 In the Greek candy-store was the whine of a peanut-roaster, and the oily smell of nuts.
3 She energetically did not whine to Kennicott.
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4 Only an insane contortion of spelling could portray his lyric whine, his mangled consonants.
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5 No, no; Frederick is not a man to whine and complain; he has too much spirit for that.
6 From outside came the occasional cry of a night-bird, and once at our very window a long drawn catlike whine, which told us that the cheetah was indeed at liberty.
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7 Three doors faced up upon the second floor, and it was from the central of these that the sinister sounds were issuing, sinking sometimes into a dull mumble and rising again into a shrill whine.
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8 The dog sniffed round for an instant, and then with a shrill whine of excitement started off down the street, tugging at his leash in his efforts to go faster.
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9 It was another cry, but not quite like the one she had heard last night; it was only a short one, a fretful childish whine muffled by passing through walls.
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10 Pilot pricked up his ears when I came in: then he jumped up with a yelp and a whine, and bounded towards me: he almost knocked the tray from my hands.
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11 It is well that you come here to whine over the desolation that you have made.
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12 The scalding water burst forth from his eyes and, burning with shame and agony and fear, he drew back his shaking arm in terror and burst out into a whine of pain.
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13 Occasionally the whistle of a huntsman, the snort of a horse, the crack of a whip, or the whine of a straggling hound could be heard.
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14 It was neither whining nor reproachful, but drily resolute.
15 Old Slattery, who clung persistently to his few acres, in spite of repeated offers from Gerald and John Wilkes, was shiftless and whining.
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