from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- interj. An expression of surprise or dismay
- n. A quiet yelp or scream.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as yep.
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I seen dem blow up with my cousin in back of yeep.
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However, it may be an improvement on the construction bottlenecks on the downtown I-35 loopdouble yeep!
Its just, yeep, I don't know if I'll ever get one again.
It opens its mouth wide and makes a small yeep sound.
I got the number on the chart and phoned it in, and the lookout on Claremont didn't yeep about it.
The trustees used to silently line out for home when I finishes, an 'never a yeep.
There was (and yeep!, still is) a teetering stack of cookbooks on my side of the bed, and in it was a little beauty called
The author who will make me weep, fays Horace, muft firft yeep himfelf.
_yeep, yeep_, somewhat in the manner of young chickens; and after supper, as it grew dark, I stood on the piazza while they sang in full chorus.
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