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  • verb UK Simple past tense and past participle of yodel.

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Examples

  • I would have yodelled this birthday tune to you but I know how you hate yodelling.

    Happy Birthday, First Nations!

  • They yodelled and howled behind me, as we skirted the village where the fight was still raging, and ran in a disorderly bunch through the cornfields.

    River God

  • Gloriana stepped to the door and yodelled shrilly, but there was no answering trill, save the echo thrown back by the mountain peaks.

    Tabitha's Vacation

  • A group of herdsmen, over whose brown faces the high stove-pipe hat looked doubly absurd, gathered in a ring, and while one of them _yodelled_ the _Ranz des Vaches_ of

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1867

  • He had a good voice and yodelled well, but it was a sound which June particularly disliked.

    The Rising of the Moon

  • At the Rectory she would have opened the door and yodelled, but the Miss Doncasters were sticklers for what they called the forms of civilised society, and what was the good of putting their backs up?

    The Key

  • And then some of them sang some Alpine songs and yodelled till the hills echoed.

    A Young Girl's Diary

  • Merle sang and yodelled as they went; then Peer sang, and then they all three sang together.

    The Great Hunger

  • He yodelled loud, long, and frequently, finally securing a faint response from the upper air.

    Penrod

  • Penrod yodelled a response; and Mr. Samuel Williams appeared, a large bundle under his arm.

    Penrod

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