Whinnies [noun]

Definition of Whinnies:

calling out; yelling

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Sentence/Example of Whinnies:

Out in the stable the horse repeated its former challenging 237 whinny.

From the far distance she thought she heard the beginning of a whinny in reply.

It was pitiful to hear him whinny as he smelt the water in the distance, and not to be able to get him any.

The room was dark and he listened on the sill, if he might hear him whinny.

Page 8, changed "midnigh" to "midnight" and "whinney" to "whinny."

A whinny of impatience was heard from the horse waiting outside.

At that moment, a new sound broke the stillness, the whinny of a horse.

Old Greylegs seemed glad of the sight; he gave a whinny and snorted.

A whinny from a horse told me that somewhere near his beast was tied up.

Jenny mule would stand for hours every night and whinny for him.