yip

[ UK /jˈɪp/ ]
[ US /ˈjɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. a sharp high-pitched cry (especially by a dog)
VERB
  1. bark in a high-pitched tone
    the puppies yelped
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How To Use yip In A Sentence

  • Indeed, since entering 2011, I have been cautious; and except for the 14-point, first day of the year "yippee" to 1273, the SPX hasn't really done all that much. Jeffrey Saut: Waiting for a Pullback - Seeking Alpha
  • Lune-atic Yipsie comes with skin and shape with red horns ,..with and without candles red hair,..with and without flowers and bats with her bodytied skinsuit and her rats around her neck she can be found being lune-ing around touch pumpkin on table for lune-atic yipsie move Archive 2008-11-01
  • The fox gave a yip as Ferric entered and pounced on the boy, easily knocking him over.
  • It is huge - two bedrooms plus a "solarium" (that's what they call it up there), so we would each have our own office (yippee!), tons of closets, beautiful new kitchen (dishwasher!) and bathroom, balcony, fireplace, in an immaculately maintained building with a fitness room, a pool, a parking spot for $50/month (you can't park a tire for $50 in NYC), and it's a stone's throw from the train. Archive 2004-07-01
  • Listen long enough and you can hear the high-pitched, enthusiastic yip yowl of coyotes; the long, keening howl of the wolves.
  • Minyip (n) - A female bunyip, difficult to distinguish from her male counterpart, the Mickyip. THE SCATTERHEART SMALLTOWN COMPETITION
  • Presidential historians are sitting there thinking, yippee, that's great.
  • The Professor was going to pelt Hugh Mackay with a great, malodorous barrage of bunyip droppings, but then realised there wouldn't be any point.
  • Tanis set her trunk near the couch and let out a small yip at the sudden sharp pain to his lower back.
  • Laughing she swung to the ground with the family dog yipping at the bottom.
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