- v. Simple past tense and past participle of yammer.
“I only "yammered" about the harmfull effect of drugs to refute the people who claim there are none.”
“I only" yammered "about the harmfull effect of drugs to refute the people who claim there are none.”
“Red One - a week of torture, living, the details of which she yammered out from her face in the mire until he realized that he was yet a tyro in knowledge of the frightfulness the human was capable of wreaking on the human.”
“Hiwilani frightened him, the more he rolled on the floor and the louder he yammered.”
“Nay, more, she summoned them there, and, though I was all ripe to see but couldn't, Ahuna saw the father of Kaaukuu in the corner and lay down on the floor and yammered.”
“A few years ago in Washington at the Online News Association confab -- which this year, it so happens, is being held the same time as the Stewart rally [coincidence? or liberal journalistic conspiracy?] -- I was on a panel back in the good ol 'days when we all still yammered on about "citizen journalists" and a newspaper person came the mic in tears -- I swear -- saying, "I'm a citizen, too.”
“So we publicly nattered and yammered at each other for a while, both of us enjoying it immensely, I suspect, and had the occasional b/c chat about more personal matters.”
“Save me, master, save me!" the man yammered, in English, though he was unmistakably a South Sea native.”
“They had simply yammered on at length about themselves.”
“They just yammered on about themselves throughout the meal.”
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