A person who cries or complains frequently with little cause.(noun)
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Use "crybaby" in a sentence
"In this Bill Maher segment, Naomi Klein argues that by transferring Wall Street's gambling debt to Main Street (what she calls crybaby capitalism), the shock doctrine will come into play:"
"Anybody who votes for a self-centered selfish 100 million dollar crybaby is delusional."
"But to those of you calling him a 'crybaby' - the man has every right to stand up for his wife ..... wouldn't you do the same if you were in his shoes ..."