from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who yelps.
- n. The avocet (so-called from its sharp, shrill cry).
- n. A bird, the tattler.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The avocet; -- so called from its sharp, shrill cry.
- n. The tattler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who boasts; a boaster.
- n. One who or that which yelps.
A push button yelper is the easiest call to use, boxes and frictions aren't much harder.
As for calls, if your new to turkey hunting, try a push button yelper, it's goof-proof.
A couple of good hen decoys and a push button yelper are strong medicine for any new hunter.
"Communion" is almost a simple pop song, featuring a wistful performance from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs 'resident yelper Karen O.
Too bad you can't show a clip with audio of that little yelper at two in the morning.
If someone is a paid yelper, they need to disclose that info to the general public.
Grandy-ma-ma had to drive me today to Desire's house because mother is at work and father is a yelper.
They also organize Yelp events where Yelpers will dine at the same new establishment and then each yelper will write their own review of the place.
When all was quiet again he sought the house of the nearest yelper, took him by surprise, and killed him in sheer rage, leaving his torn body beside the very door-step, instead of dragging it away for a later meal.
Yellowlegs, yelper, willet, marlin, dough bird, stilt, and avocet are often common, but they do not begin to be as plentiful as they are in the more fertile lands to the eastward, and the ranchmen never shoot at them or follow them as game birds.