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He uttered a feeble yawp as one of the links was clasped about his wrist.
THE GRAY PHANTOM'S RETURNHERMAN LANDON
The young yawp in the nest a little, with more breath than noise.
THE LAND OF LITTLE RAINMARY AUSTIN
You'd keep that yawp o' your'n goin', I believe, if it was the judgment day.
DAVID HARUMEDWARD NOYES WESTCOTT
You know we agreed it was none of our business whether a peacock on the lawn or a dog in his kennel let out that yawp.
THE OUTDOOR CHUMS AT CABIN POINTQUINCY ALLEN
Now they have shut up their yawp about him, since he has proved to be no better than Talmage or Beecher.
PECK'S COMPENDIUM OF FUNGEORGE W. PECK
A lively runaway or the barbaric yawp of a new street fakir may dethrone it at any time.
ATLANTIC CLASSICSVARIOUS
An' with that the consarn gin sech a yawp, it plumb went through my haid.
THE PHANTOMS OF THE FOOT-BRIDGE AND OTHER STORIESCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Not less shrill than others is the senile yawp of that good old man Ernst Haeckel, under whom I studied in my youth.
THE NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY: THE EUROPEAN WAR, FEBRUARY, 1915VARIOUS
Hear him for his cause, and 'hold your yawp,' till he has said what he has got to say.
THE KNICKERBOCKER, VOL. 57, NO. 1, JANUARY 1861VARIOUS
Dont let me hear of you opening your yawp the way you did just now.
THE HEART OF CANYON PASSTHOMAS K. HOLMES

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