Definitions

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  • v. To yell loudly

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To scream; yell; shriek.
  • n. A shrill cry; a yell.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But they werena weel out of the room, when Sir Robert gied a yelloch that garr’d the Castle rock.

    Wandering Willie’s Tale

  • But they werena weel out of the room when Sir Robert gied a yelloch that garr’d the castle rock.

    Wandering Willie’s Tale

  • But they werena weel out of the room when Sir Robert gied a yelloch that garr'd the castle rock.

    Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)

  • They were half-frighted, not knowing what to make of it; but passing as close as the boatman could bring her side, the vicar stretched over the gunwale to catch her, and she bent forward, pushing the dead bab forward; and as she did, on a sudden she gave a yelloch that scared them, and they saw her no more.

    J. S. Le Fanu's Ghostly Tales, Volume 3

  • I cudna move or say a word, though I felt my hair rising on my heed; but at lang-last I gev a yelloch, and say I, 'La! what is that?'

    Madam Crowl's Ghost and the Dead Sexton

  • But they werena weel out of the room, when Sir Robert gied a yelloch that garr'd the castle rock.

    Redgauntlet

  • But they werena weel out of the room, when Sir Robert gied a yelloch that garr’d the castle rock.

    Redgauntlet

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