yes[ yes ]SEE DEFINITION OF yes
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YES
Yes—I'm hungry for both, and some of those funny little cakes.
Yes, dearest Philothea; but not till she had first told me of her own marriage with Geta.
Yes, and that young shrimp that was talkin' about 'vintages' and 'trouserings.'
What you say in New York—'a damned fine old family,' yes, is it not?
Yes, the bathing-suit does have little touches of red, and red—but this will never do.
Yes, Stephen himself it was, who had quietly walked into the court.
"Yes," said the captain, drawing from his pocket a large wallet.
Until that ecstasy of release should come, he would do his duty,—yes, his duty.
Yes, Chatterton does; for you may depend on it, by this time he's found out who she is.
Yes, indeed; I got more by that means, than I should have had the conscience to ask.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR YES
- bowing down