yelled

[ US /ˈjɛɫd/ ]
[ UK /jˈɛld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. in a vehement outcry
    his shouted words of encouragement could be heard over the crowd noises
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How To Use yelled In A Sentence

  • He yelled before he was coshed on the head, by a blunt object.
  • I yelled, but he was gone, the doors swinging shut behind him.
  • The men yelled at the clerks, then "hurdled" over the counter, pushing a few female employees out of the way, Eggert said. undefined
  • She's stuck!" yelled, or as he himself would put it, "bawled," the Prophet. Le Petit Nord or, Annals of a Labrador Harbour
  • I was surprised," said Stillman, who yelled in disgust from the penalty box. NHL - National Hockey League - St Louis vs. Detroit
  • One man yelled: "You cannot fix one thing like Mubarak and leave the other things unfixed. Egyptian demonstrators return to Tahrir Square hours after violent crackdown
  • The boy pulled out his toy gun and yelled, ‘Pow, pow.’
  • The third patron to enter the bar was a Thick Dublin Jackeen, who swaggered into the bar and yelled, "Alrigh' Mate, give us a pint o'cider. Hey,is tha' Jaysus over thair?" The barman nodded, so the Jackeen told him to give Jesus a pint of cider too.
  • I grabbed my assailant, yelled very loudly and he dropped my phone. Times, Sunday Times
  • “What?” he yelled back from what he called their rumpus room. Star Struck
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