- v. Simple past tense and past participle of yell.
- adj. in a vehement outcry
“He put both hands on my shoulders and he yelled -- fairly _yelled_: "Say that again!”
“Lili heard her name yelled by a voice that she recognized only too well.”
““Progress calls, sweetheart,” he yelled from the garage.”
“I was trying to crawl away when Delvin yelled over the din, “Look up!””
“The bird perched on a cactus and McCain yelled at it for sitting to high.”
“The bird pooped and McCain yelled at it for polluting.”
“The bird swooped down and ate a spider, and McCain yelled at it for devouring resources.”
“As players took free throws at the conclusion of practice, a group of four boys yelled from the stands for Arenas's attention.”
““Bye, bus!” an on-looker yelled from the parking lot.”
“This is America!" he yelled from the floor of the Chicago stock exchange.”
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