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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yack.

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Examples

  • I've kind of yacked about him before, but haven't been able to find too much to talk about from online research.

    We Shot J.R.- Dallas/Denton Music Blog

  • Everyone who makes more money than me can pretty much lick my balls, unless they’re inviting me on their yacht (which I will pronounce "yacked").

    STRIKE OVER?

  • They discussed the problem in Purepecha, and he then went into the back yard to retrieve a stick, whistling softly as a rooster yacked.

    Antonia Cruz Rafael: the ceramics of Ocumicho, Michoacan

  • They discussed the problem in Purepecha, and he then went into the back yard to retrieve a stick, whistling softly as a rooster yacked.

    Antonia Cruz Rafael: the ceramics of Ocumicho, Michoacan

  • No longer could I stand for barely a minute, I had begun holding onto walls for support as I walked, I coughed and yacked indescribable things into the bathroom sink, I yelled at the kids playing on my yawn.

    Spilling Sand

  • It was a horrible feeling, going to all this work making food and knowing it would just be yacked up behind a tree.

    Every little thing in the world

  • It was a horrible feeling, going to all this work making food and knowing it would just be yacked up behind a tree.

    Every little thing in the world

  • Those teabaggers and 9-12ers in the million moron march have been following a political party that has yacked into America's lap.

    The Lost Children

  • As the plane became airborne the drunk began to feel queasy and suddenly, without warning, yacked into the lap of the big Texan.

    The Lost Children

  • And I sat there and knit and yacked on and on and about my cat for hours, and the next thing I knew we were in Ottawa!

    A five-star blogging week « knitnut.net

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