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- n. Obsolete spelling of yeast.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See yeast.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of yeast.
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"Talkin ''bout ministers, de Pa'son was here to see yo' yest'day evenin '."
The verb form "yest '" (I am) is included here because it is also emphasized in the various Hebrew forms of the Hebrew Scriptures ... and expresses more of an existential quality ...
I pressed peacefully onward with the Princess yest ...
Holly, those leads on jabot design you posted yest ...
Coral Gables, Florida -- A group of approximately fifty anti-abortion protestors, with Spanish-language press in tow, descended upon the Obama for America campaign offices in Coral Gables, Florida yest ...
Hugged n kissed mummy! went to ikea with pigu yest .. but stopped over at Paradize centre cox i had a sudden crave for e western over dere ..
Went out with dear after sch yest n train down to sommerset ..
A wheelbound bachelor by the name of Ibrahim and a three times divorcee known as Ramlah yest erday tied the knot at the village of Tian.
Because, graced be Gad and all giddy gadgets, in whose words were the beginnings, there are two signs to tum to, the yest and the ist, the wright side and the wronged side, feeling aslip and wauking up, so an, so farth.
Band prac ... i think i looked damn pissed yest that while moving the stuff down to the band room yap suddenly asked me to stop and smile o.