Meaning of whimperer in English:

whimperer

Pronunciation /ˈwɪmpərə/

noun

See whimper

‘You can listen to the whimperers all the day long, crying loud cries and prayers, and professing with great tears that they love God.’
  • ‘Likewise, the whimperers are only a minority of the American people, but they're even more plugged in - in the media, in politics, in the academy.’
  • ‘No whimperers have complained about being the victims of injustice.’
  • ‘Flatterers are they, and whimperers, and nothing more.’
  • ‘This is the way the world ends, with whiners and whimperers.’