REPI'NE, verb intransitive [re and pine.]
1. To fret one's self; to be discontented; to feel inward discontent which preys on the spirits; with at or against. It is our duty never to repine at the allotments of Providence.
2. To complain discontentedly; to murmur.
Multitudes repine at the want of that which nothing but idleness hinders them from enjoying.
3. To envy.