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- v. Present participle of yell.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or the noise of one who or that which yells; a yell, or yells collectively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. uttering a loud inarticulate cry as of pain or excitement
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Sarah Palin yelling from the audience, “You Liar” …
I don't understand what the yelling is all about as far as the cost of healthcare reform.
Now I would like to know what all of this yelling is about.
Graham said the Clinches wanted to warn her about Bohannon's behavior during visits, which they described as yelling and screaming, and she agreed the behavior would not be appropriate.
Screaming/yelling is emotional/mental abuse, regardless of who is doing it.
Have you heard any screaming and yelling from the repiggies?
Other officers begin yelling, and finally one throws the passenger door open and drags a man from the vehicle.
Her attitude was poor often times and please, can somebody tell me why she insisted in yelling at the camera EVERY TIME she had face time with it?
This is why the republicans are yelling from the mountain top because what MIGHT be discovered might be that they broke the law.
"Minor" does seem to me as the best description of neo-cons today, vocal (as in yelling & screaming) but minor in influence among the majority ..
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