Whinge

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Another lovely Britishism that means whine.

 

Reader:               How do you pronounce whinge?

Yearstricken:    Whinge rhymes with unhinge.

Reader:                Are they related in any way?

Yearstricken:     For some of us.

3 thoughts on “Whinge

  1. Are you intentionally trying to make me get just a little too familiar with google? Seriously, it seems like I keep having to rub up against google to ask the almighty font of knowledge about everything these days … however, in this case, I particularly LIKE the meaning of the word whinge, (and can hardly wait to have a chance to use it in conversation) … by all means, please continue to enlighten me!

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