moaner

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Etymology[edit]

moan +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

moaner ‎(plural moaners)

  1. One who makes a moaning sound.
    • 1997, Nancy Rawles, Love Like Gumbo (page 164)
      Elena was a moaner. Sex and moaning had become synonymous to Grace. She had no trouble conceptualizing sex between any two creatures capable of moaning.
  2. One who complains.
    • 1998, Saul W. Gellerman, How People Work
      In any big outfit, including this one, you're going to get some bitchers and some moaners.

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