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  • as inyell
  • as inyelp
  • as inyowl
  • as inhowl
  • as inscream
  • as inbark
  • as insqueal
  • as inyap
  • as inululate

synonyms for yipped

  • hoot
  • howl
  • screech
  • shriek
  • squawk
  • squeal
  • wail
  • whoop
  • yelp
  • bawl
  • bellow
  • call
  • cheer
  • complain
  • cry
  • holler
  • lament
  • roar
  • scream
  • shout
  • shrill
  • ululate
  • vociferate
  • weep
  • yap
  • yip
  • wail
  • roar
  • screech
  • blare
  • shout
  • holler
  • yell
  • shriek
  • howl
  • squeal
  • bellow
  • jar
  • bawl
  • caterwaul
  • yowl
  • voice
  • shrill
  • screak
  • yip
  • sing out
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antonyms for yipped

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  • seriousness
        • be quiet
        • whimper
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            How to use yipped in a sentence

            Up in the control-room Bell fairly yipped with excitement and swung his camera.
            OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
            Dawson yipped softly, and flung up an arm in front of his face.
            DAVE DAWSON AT CASABLANCAROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
            The priest looked up, saw him, yipped in surprise, and the orb shot up ten feet just as Revel fired.
            THE BUTTONED SKYGEOFF ST. REYNARD
            I nearly yipped in surprise as I caught sight of the over-grown thing beside me.
            PIONEERWILLIAM HARDY
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            OCTOBER 26, 1985
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