Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yawp.

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Examples

  • Emil saw Malcolm, the superhero who called himself Razorheart, at about the same time and yawped in surprise and fear.

    Masked

  • Emil saw Malcolm, the superhero who called himself Razorheart, at about the same time and yawped in surprise and fear.

    Masked

  • Zorba, wide-eyed, spit out Vlad's johnson and yawped like a pleurisied guppy.

    Fifi Climbs To the Top!

  • As I've oft-yawped before, this was my 25th home dook game in a row, and of all the Herculean journeys I've taken to get here on time, this may be the most Herculeanest.

    chicken egg and cheese

  • As I've oft-yawped before, this was my 25th home dook game in a row, and of all the Herculean journeys I've taken to get here on time, this may be the most Herculeanest.

    chicken egg and cheese

  • He went for the Rolls: "None of your shy, thumb-sucking Bentley radiators for me," he yawped.

    Hide the Jewels: Don't Tempt the Tax Man

  • He had declared trend after trend, yelped and yawped idea after idea.

    Never Hold Your Best Stuff

  • He had declared trend after trend, yelped and yawped idea after idea.

    Never Hold Your Best Stuff

  • He hit the bottom like a beanbag and yawped a couple of times.

    kickin’ it! « raincoaster

  • Just then a cacophony of clocks yawped, pinged, and buzzed in six o'clock.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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