from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A word imitative of a hiccuping or sobbing sound.
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Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 1 year 10 weeks ago yoop, I almost forgot.
Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago yoop, Last night you mentioned 'new rifle jinx'.
And Lily, with all her little muscles alive, took a bike, jumped on it as she would on a stool and then -- yoop!
All this did not prevent them from working with a will -- trot, trot, trot -- when there was no Roofer on the stage and no elephants or ponies: yoop, on to the bikes and the fun began!
And the other, encouraged by a friendly slap, tried in her turn and -- yoop!
We can then explode cannon-crackers, fire anvils and yoop with our mouths open without being guilty of the slightest disrespect to our God.
He could shoot out the lights and yoop without getting into a controversy with the chicken-court and being fined one dollar for the benefit of the state and fleeced out of forty for the behoof of thieving officials.
'Eh yoop, EdB he's such a carin' chap, not like those toffee nosed Tories from down South '
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