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  • v. Present participle of yip.
  • n. A sound that yips.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Raedwald is being humorous, (see his super blog) and in the sprit of of cowardly hyena yipping from the back, Iwould like to join the incredulity at Cherie baby ` s comparison between Tony and Churchill, although they both struggled in peacetime I suppose ....

    The Nations Saviour

  • I explained about my "yipping" and he correctly pointed out that I have a tendancy to overexplain, to chat up my feedback or my questions.

    Be the Big Dog

  • "yipping" which, though it would never have done with us, seemed somehow not out of place in North America, although I observed

    Ruggles of Red Gap

  • One Ex, and one Soon-to-be Ex, Governors yipping at one another.

    Palin fires back at Schwarzenegger

  • The house seemed so empty, even with the turtlenecked Oscar yipping and yapping at my heels.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Just then, the voice of a hyena ripped the air, and more yipping followed.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Some comes from the rabble, but a great deal is bandied about the press, yipping lapdogs who go back and forth between being snarky and being daft.

    The Royals Keep Calm and Marry On

  • Ignored by her parents, Coraline goes exploring her new home and its grounds, discovering many strange things and people: there's the crazy old man upstairs waxing on about his mice orchestra, there's Miss Spink and Miss Forcible and their yipping dog who cannot ever get Coraline's name right and constantly chatter about the ol 'days on broadway, and then there's the door to nowhere.

    Books in 2010, #1

  • “So, what in the hell was all the yipping about when I walked up?”


  • Uncle Niihlo rows smoothly across the water, Bosie yipping away.

    The Trouble With May Amelia


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