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Rags, from the outside, sniffing at the threshold, sensed their approach and yapped joyously.
THE DRAGON'S SECRETAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
The tan-and-white, spotted dog ran to and fro chasing field-mice and yapped.
Suddenly two old dogs wheeled and yapped at highest rattling speed.
He sat at the gate in summer, and yapped at every vehicle and every pedestrian who ventured to pass on the high-road.
THE PEACE EGG AND OTHER TALESJULIANA HORATIA EWING
A fuzzy little cur that had been sitting between Mr. Tate's earth-stained boots ran at the gander and yapped shrilly.
Snaggle Tooth yapped, knowing well that excitement begat quick action.
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
He held up a stick; straightway the dogs went mad, and yelled and danced, sneezed and yapped, like wild creatures.
FERNLEY HOUSELAURA E. RICHARDS
I yapped, and was crushed against the back of the front seat as the jock slammed his foot on the brakes.
NOBLE REDMANJESSE FRANKLIN BONE
Whereupon they yapped off in disgust, with their noses in the air, in search of some better sport.
FOLLOW MY LEADERTALBOT BAINES REED
The coyote yapped shrilly again, and the Kid wondered what his Doctor Dell would say when he got home.

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