from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of a dog, yapping in an annoying manner.
- adj. Very talkative; talking foolishly or at length.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inclined to yap or yelp.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
and she has been shouted down when trying to book women MPs for programmes, has heard them called yappy, "and yet the most slimebag male politicians wouldn't get questioned or blocked at all".
I will admit that all of the "yappy" dogs in this world are surely the most annoying.
HomeTeam: Since most people own those godforsaken "yappy" dogs in town that can be washed in a sink or ... jc5201: Why do you say that?
Whether they're yappy pups or hulking hounds with a big bark, there's no denying that the noise can be bothersome.
I have this inner yappy terrier that likes to grab things and worry them to death (ie repeating what happened over and over) and she really came to the fore after an incident in August.
It may have had something to do with having nobody but the little yappy dogs, causing me to relate too often to my new old friend, Marigold — who was ninety five.
Now I'm stuck with a bunch of miniature yappy masseuses, which I was unable to give away for Christmas.
The president spoke eloquently about the character of this country, and we have this disrespectful, dispicable racist congressman from the south behaving in such poor taste. yappy
Then one old guy with a yappy dog stopped and asked them if they were actually sanctioned by the American Cancer Society.
Or are you one of them little yappy dogs who sounds all tough as long as the mailman is on the other side of the fence?
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