Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of yodler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A dish, in this benighted republic, for stevedores and yodlers, a coarse fee for violoncellists, barbers and reporters for the _Staats-Zeitung_ -- but the delight, at the Pschorrbräu, of diplomats, the literati and doctors of philosophy.

    Europe After 8:15

  • "Ma-ah," began Owgooste fretfully, as soon as the yodlers had departed.

    McTeague

  • They were dressed in Tyrolese costume; they were yodlers, and sang in German about "mountain tops" and "bold hunters" and the like.

    McTeague

  • Mein gran'mutter used to be one of der mos 'famous yodlers.

    McTeague

  • Mein gran'mutter used to be one of der mos 'famous yodlers.

    McTeague

  • They were dressed in Tyrolese costume; they were yodlers, and sang in German about "mountain tops" and "bold hunters" and the like.

    McTeague

  • "Ma-ah," began Owgooste fretfully, as soon as the yodlers had departed.

    McTeague

  • They were dressed in Tyrolese costume; they were yodlers, and sang in German about "mountain tops" and "bold hunters" and the like.

    McTeague

  • Mein gran'mutter used to be one of der mos 'famous yodlers.

    McTeague

  • "Ma-ah," began Owgooste fretfully, as soon as the yodlers had departed.

    McTeague

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