Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of yelper.

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Examples

  • There is a forum where 'yelpers' (which to be honest sounds like a dog that has just had it's tail stepped on) can discuss whatever they like - this is supposed to be the social element of the site I suppose.

    Phil Bradley's weblog

  • After dueling with a wary public-land tom for three days, my buddy and hardcore turkey hunter Bob Burnett stowed his yelpers the fourth morning.

    Ten Tips for Hunting Stubborn Spring Turkeys

  • Soon, other yelpers started to give me compliments and tell me that my reviews were funny, interesting, or useful.

    Julia Plevin: Something to Yelp About

  • As usual, Todd E. expertly picked a venue for us yelpers to engage in utter debauchery.

    The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs : Our new favorite Yelptard: Butt Plug Girl

  • As usual, my little chocolate hands engaged in yet another episode of grab ass with my fellow yelpers, increasing said debauchery ten fold!

    The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs : Our new favorite Yelptard: Butt Plug Girl

  • Check out such nuggets as this description of a recent Yelp party: As usual, Todd E. expertly picked a venue for us yelpers to engage in utter debauchery.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • As usual, my little chocolate hands engaged in yet another episode of grab ass with my fellow yelpers, increasing said debauchery ten fold!

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • A fair number of yelpers or yelpsters as you prefer to call them will be in attendance among our other guests.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Fritz ran to protect his pet, who was taking his own part bravely, and Peter, the waiter at the inn, ran with a bucket of cold water which he dashed upon the circling mass of yelpers, and the fight was brought to a sudden finish.

    Pixy's Holiday Journey

  • All parties were delighted to let the rival yelpers fight it out on so distant a field as Syria; and in that country of heat and dryness, of poverty, anarchy, cruelty, and superstition, there was a skrimmage that kept all Christendom on the tenter-hooks for half-a-year; and this we believe to be the policy of the Syrian campaign.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV.

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