cry-baby

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cry-baby

A person who cries or complains a lot, especially for little reason. James whines and complains whenever he doesn't get his own way. He's such a cry-baby!
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Retail giant Smyths is carrying out the voluntary return of 1,260 of the IMC Cry Babies Nala doll, which contain unsafe levels of phthalates.
If ball players making millions per year can't motivate themselves, it's time to trade the "cry babies."
DOWN WITH THE KIDS What your children are talking about this week OOH, kids already love the little cuties in IMC's top-selling doll range, Cry Babies, and now there are a few new additions to the family who look set to steal their hearts.
Cry Babies are charming - but take away their dummies and they will cry real tears and make realistic baby noises.
WHEN did we in Britain turn into such a bunch of cry babies.
Amanda reveals how being new parents has turned the Britain's Got Talent judges into cry babies PAGES 04&05 11 10& PAGES fashion Hello sailor.
It found that levels of the stress hormone cortisol remain high in 'cry babies' even in the days after they have apparently learnt to settle themselves.
Talking of cry babies - Ian's warped scheme to expose Jane's affair with bone dome Grant Mitchell didn't go according to plan.
Roy hits out at cry babies BY PAUL O'HEHIR ROY KEANE has slammed 'cry baby' players who sulk when they fall out with their coaching staff.
ups c tht cr "There's a lot of cry babies out there, lots of cry babies." Keane launched a furious training ground broadside at Arter in June after losing it when the midfielder sat out the session citing an injury.
"Have we become a nation of cry babies? Take TV shows like Deal or No Deal, Come Dancing, X Factor, Dog Borstal...
FORGET the stiff upper lip, British men are a bunch of cry babies.
Scots are the biggest cry babies in Britain - breaking down in tears more than anywhere else in the country.
TOON owner Mike Ashley has called investors "cry babies" for complaining about Sports Direct's plunging share price.
WELL, boys and girls, it's never been a sport for cry babies. But the swift and summary punishment dished out by the referee to a male streaker at yesterday's Oxford v Cambridge women's rugby match would have brought a tear to anyone's eye.