Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of yodel.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • First Nations said ... yodelling is the voice of satans lower bowell calling to its minions as channelled through the vocal cords of a swiss sinner. yodelling is the warble of the diseased brain announcing to the world it's immanent liquefaction.

    Archie McPhee Yodeling Contest

  • First Nations said ... early formative exposure to yodelling is what led to my present inability to use proper grammer and punctuation. y'all.

    Archie McPhee Yodeling Contest

  • I have often walked out of the church since I could no longer listen to that mountain yodelling.

    These kids today

  • He sounded like some far-off echo of the past 'yodelling' through a woollen blanket.

    The Man with Two Left Feet And Other Stories

  • At this juncture was heard from the front yard the sound of that yodelling which is the peculiar accomplishment of those whose voices have not "changed."

    Penrod

  • Captions such as "The Norwegians and their golden camel toe" or "Georgian sword yodelling" only begin to describe the fun.) stunned busy to liveblog the event itself, consider this an open Eurovision thread.

    A Fistful Of Euros » A Fistful Of Euros

  • Meanwhile, someone should tell the announcer at Waterloo station that the ever-lengthening list of things we can't do – smoke, run, cycle, skateboard, find a rubbish bin, find a seat – does not, so far, extend to playing boules or yodelling.

    Railspeak should be terminated

  • The plot – trying to find the nutter responsible for the growing heap of corpses and the Welsh girl found in the hospital carpark with locked-in syndrome – kept us guessing right up to the cliffhanging moment when Tom got clobbered from behind and jabbed with a needle right in the middle of his favourite yodelling track.

    TV Rewind: Single Father; The Pillars of the Earth; Jamie's 30-Minute Meals; Nigella Kitchen; Food: What Goes in Your Basket?

  • The food was pretty good though and much entertainment was derived from the yodelling, bell-ringing, spoon-playing and coin-in-a-bowl spinning that came as part and parcel of the place.

    skittledog: There may be mountains ahead...

  • Producer James Parkin added: "What makes Music Planet so exciting for me is that one minute you're listening to Cambodian hip-hop, and the next, Swiss yodelling recorded in the Alps. And this is the music that people are making right now, all over the world, recorded especially for Radio 3."

    Andy Kershaw to return to Radio 3

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