Definitions

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  • noun informal One who talks at length.

Etymologies

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yack +‎ -er

Examples

  • Enter Julie Limbaugh whining and complaining in the pages of Salon.com that her life is just oh, so hard because her cousin is famed radio yacker Rush Limbaugh.

    Limbaugh Cousin Whines About Tough Life Being a Limbaugh - Warner_Todd_Huston’s blog - RedState

  • If you're not a racist, in most cases racial slurs don't come pouring out or, like one conservative yacker, fantasies about sterilizing African-Americans.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • But I didn't want to half-read it and the neurotic yacker kept interrupting me despite ample evidence that I WAS READING.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • It was my great misfortune to be seated next to a neurotic yacker on the plane otherwise I'd be much further along.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • "Well, we'll do our share of yacker, mister," said a man named Dick

    "Chinkie's Flat" 1904

  • Network yacker Randi Rhodes played the following "humorous" radio drop during her afternoon drive show:

    Latest Articles

  • Network yacker Randi Rhodes played the following "humorous" radio drop during her afternoon drive show:

    Latest Articles

  • In January, suffering with chest pains, the yackety-yacker was rushed to a hospital in Hawaii.

    Colorado Springs Independent

  • Network yacker Randi Rhodes played the following "humorous" radio drop during her afternoon drive show:

    The Voice

  • Yet if you turn on your local talk radio yacker or log onto a message board, you will find people fretting or rejoicing over the how a team or player has performed thus far.

    The Hardball Times

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