Crybaby



[krahy-bey-bee] /ˈkraɪˌbeɪ bi/

noun, plural crybabies.
1.
a person, especially a child, who readily for very little reason.
2.
a person who complains too much, usually in a whining manner.
verb (used without object), crybabied, crybabying.
3.
Also, cry-baby. to or complain easily or often.
/ˈkraɪˌbeɪbɪ/
noun (pl) -bies
1.
a person, esp a child, given to frequent crying or complaint
n.

1851, American English, from cry + baby (n.).

modifier

: The Georgetown basketball team has continued its crybaby act

noun

A person given to weeping or lamenting at the least adversity, esp from self-pity (1852+)

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