Synonyms of whine in English:

whine


See definition of whine

noun

1‘the dog gave a small whine’

SYNONYMS
whimper, wail, cry, mewl, groan, moan, howl, yowl

2‘the whine of an electric motor’

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hum, drone, singing, note

3‘a constant whine about the quality of public services’

SYNONYMS
complaint, complaining, grouse, grousing, moan, moaning, moans and groans, grouch, grouching, grumble, whining, carping, muttering, murmur, murmuring, whispering
Northern English mithering, twine
informal gripe, griping, bellyache, bitch, beef, beefing
British informal whinge, whingeing

verb

1‘a child was whining’

SYNONYMS
wail, whimper, cry, sob, mewl, groan, moan, howl, yowl

2‘the lift began to whine’

SYNONYMS
hum, drone, sing

3‘he's always whining about the state of the country’

SYNONYMS
complain, grouse, grouch, grumble, moan, carp, mutter, murmur, whisper
Northern English mither, twine
informal gripe, bellyache, bitch, beef
British informal whinge