(verb) make a series of low, feeble sounds expressive of fear, pain, or unhappiness. “a child in a bed nearby began to whimper”
(verb) say something in a low, feeble voice that expresses fear, pain, or unhappiness. “‘He’s not dead, is he?’ she whimpered”
(noun) a whimpering sound. “she gave a little whimper of protest”
(noun) a feeble or anticlimactic tone or ending. “their first appearance in the top flight ended with a whimper rather than a bang”
Whimper meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
ठिनठिनाहट, रिरियाहट, ठिनठिनाना, रिरियाना, बच्चे का सा रोना, रूं रूं करना
early 16th century: from dialect whimp ‘to whimper’, of imitative origin.
Whimper in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Classic Bahrain Grand Prix: 2010 Season starts with a whimper, The first retirement came from Hispania’s Karun Chandhok, who was missing a front wing, not the best start to the Indian driver’s career. On Lap …
A World Cup lost and found, India had lost each of its three matches: England bowled out India for 63; New … On home turf, India’s campaign petered out with a whimper.
Amir Khan fight with Neeraj Goyat OFF after opponent suffers serious …, It read: “We are very sad to inform that our star Indian boxer Neeraj … title clash with pound-for-pound king Crawford ended with a whimper.
A roller coaster ride – India in World Cup, Orissa POST takes a look at India’s roller coaster ride down the World Cup’s … But in all the three matches India sank without a whimper.
Uber, after going public, reports a $1 billion loss, But that offering ended with a whimper as investors questioned whether the deeply unprofitable company could ever make money. Uber’s stock …Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Whimper
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Whimper
which has tricks.
intricate sounds like entry ticket….entry ticket has all the details…..another meaning entry ticket was complicated because it had too many things on it like food pass ,out door pass
late Middle English (in the sense ‘deject, humiliate’): from Latin afflictare ‘knock about, harass’, or from afflict- ‘knocked down, weakened’: both from the verb affligere, from ad- ‘to’ + fligere ‘to strike, dash’.
Afflict in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Billing Problems Continue to Afflict Customers of UK ISP Plusnet
Not just a Japanese disease: Mizuho’s woes afflict the world
Earlier, it was perceived that chronic ailments like diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease and cancer afflict the affluent class of older …
Forced evictions, discrimination continue to afflict Bulgaria’s Roma …
Life in a Kenyan rubbish dump: Illness, poverty afflict community
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Afflict
sounds like infection, which causes a state of distress, irritation and suffering
it can be a combination of two words..affection and conflict….so when there is a conflict in affection its a cause of great distress and suffering.