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From far above came the notes of a merry song; occasionally there was heard a long, echoing yodel, then more singing.
MONI THE GOAT BOY AND OTHER STORIESJOHANNA SPYRI
Jimmie gave another yodel, louder and longer than the first.
THE AUTOMOBILE GIRLS ALONG THE HUDSONLAURA DENT CRANE
Away in the distance coyotes lifted their yodel, half jocular, half mournful, as a maudlin drunkard sings dolefully a merry tune.
THE HERITAGE OF THE HILLSARTHUR P. HANKINS
Then I discovered that there is a trill, a tiny grace note or yodel, at the end of his second note.
WILDERNESS WAYSWILLIAM J LONG
Jane Abbott turned and looked down, amazed that the mountain girl should have the effrontery to yodel to her.
MEG OF MYSTERY MOUNTAINGRACE MAY NORTH
At times the silence is broken by a loud, metallic, bell-like cry, very like the yodel you hear in the Alps.
SPORT AND WORK ON THE NEPAUL FRONTIERJAMES INGLIS
Magpies yodel in the big trees, and the wattle-gold is showing down the river.
TROOPER BLUEGUM AT THE DARDANELLESOLIVER HOGUE
The Unwiseman didn't answer, but with a yodel of disgust turned on his heel and went back to his carpet-bag.
MOLLIE AND THE UNWISEMAN ABROADJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
But as the call grew louder and louder, a liquid yodel came like an electric shock from a clump of bushes on the left.
WAYS OF WOOD FOLKWILLIAM J. LONG
At every pause in the melody he gives his yodel-like love-call, to which the girls respond with their musical, sing-song laughter.
INDIAN CHILD LIFECHARLES A. EASTMAN

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