Mrs. White actually snivelled.
"By the Light of the Soul" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
I 'll handle this sniveling thief first.
"Gordon Craig" by Randall Parrish
The man Wild had treated so roughly bore the name of Chuck Snivel, and he was a sort of lieutenant of the band.
"Young Wild West at "Forbidden Pass"" by An Old Scout
Why, he'll begin sniveling if you look cross at him!
"Torchy, Private Sec." by Sewell Ford
Don't come sniveling to me about Dorien.
"A Little Girl in Old Detroit" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
Sweat is a stranger to thee, absent also are saliva, phlegm, and evil nose-snivel.
"The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus" by Caius Valerius Catullus
But, tell me, Mr. Snivel, are you not the messenger of some one else?
"An Outcast" by F. Colburn Adams
He'd have snivelled you into a shocking condition.
"The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch" by Talbot Baines Reed
I don't want anybody to snivel over me.
"The Eagle's Heart" by Hamlin Garland
This little sniveling Fellow rule three Kingdoms?
"The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6)" by Aphra Behn
Channel surfers may recognize Patton Oswalt as one of the acerbic pundits on VH1's Best Week Ever or as sniveling fanboy Spence in one of those fat-guy/hot-wife sitcoms that's on before some CSI spinoff.
Bradley Cooper entered the public imagination as a sniveling bully in The Wedding Crashers, playing foil to Owen Wilson's conflicted scam artist.
With an eye for spotting sniveling weaklings, Vice President Paul Ryan gets ready to take the country in a new direction.
But man, did he get it right in last night's debate, and not just because he walloped sniveling little Paul Ryan on the facts.