[ UK /jˈɛti/ ]
[ US /ˈjɛti/ ]
  1. a large hairy humanoid creature said to live in the Himalayas
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How To Use yeti In A Sentence

  • They played Glastonbury in yeti costumes.
  • He brought back reports of yetis in Tibet.
  • It was a Karvitaka, an equivalent to a yeti, but a lot bigger.
  • It is a solid river of ice broken into huge blocks, thrust downwards by a glacier or very large Yeti.
  • The yeti howled as the giant glob of ice fell atop of it.
  • Reporting a story on extreme-job holders is a lot like stalking the Tibetan yeti.
  • Those people will tell you that the yeti is a species of bear.
  • Whatever his status, he unveils a conical dome of dark flesh and bristly hair - supposedly the scalp a Yeti.
  • About five years ago a climber in the Himalayas claims to have seen a pair of yetis hanging out.
  • A "yowie" is Australia's version of a yeti, a k a Bigfoot. NYT > Home Page
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