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  • n  a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

  • When somebody mentioned that Smith, like Maris, is a "moaner," one of the Yankee brass cracked: "Sure, he is.
  • Chronic moaner Earl ("Red") Blaik, Army's coach, moaned: "We're woefully short on backfield material"which was one way of saying that his line was tremendous.
  • It was a familiar moan in the book businesseven when the moaner had to raise his voice to be heard above his booming cash register.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Times Online
    I'm surprised nobody picked it up, actually,said Ferguson, who believed that Benítez could have been provoked by Allardyce's claims that the Liverpool manager was "a whinger and a moaner". "I don't think you'd ever get me doing...
  • Bryan Robson in
    Former England captain Bryan Robson added: "Everybody can't be a real shouter or a moaner. People go about the game in different ways. When you look back to the 1966 side, you had Nobby Stiles and Alan Ball who were real motivators and communicators...
  • Jonathan Greening in
    Greening told the club's official website: "Tony has been brilliant. He brings out the best in people. A lot of people appreciate the way he tries to go about things. He tries to be constructive. He is not a shouter or a moaner. He sits you down and...

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