yell

Part of speech: verb

To express with a yell; utter a yell.

Part of speech: noun

A sharp, loud, and often inarticulate cry.

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Usage examples "yell":

  1. I let out a yell for them kids right where I lay. - "Somewhere in Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.
  2. A rifle shot, followed by a wild yell, broke the peaceful stillness of the mountain air. - "The Nightrider's Feud", Walter C. McConnell.
  3. It turned, uttered another yell, and fled in the opposite direction; and thus the two ran until they were both out of breath. - "The Red Eric", R.M. Ballantyne.