Butch and Leon smoked furiously and wanted to yell something of their own, something in support of the inmates.
yell above the explosions and try not to look like a drama-class wimp while wielding your gigantic machine gun.
My hands curl into fists as I yell at her to be tougher dealing with this pain.
He attended Texas A&M, where he was a “yell leader”—big deal in Aggieland.
This gives your kids a world full of help, but tells them to scream, kick, and yell if anyone ever tries to take them away.
yell hae to gang ben, gudeman, said she, and speak to Watty.
He was on the point of seating himself when he heard Will's yell.
The office boy uttered a yell as the wrist was bent backwards.
Regardless of possibly near-by elk, I raised a frightened, yell.
yell no be able to make a start until were sure of the money.
Old English gellan (Mercian), giellan (West Saxon), class III strong verb (past tense geal, past participle gollen), from Proto-Germanic *gelnanan (cf. Old Norse gjalla "to resound," Middle Dutch ghellen, Dutch gillen, Old High German gellan, German gellen "to yell"), extended form of root of Old English galan "to sing" (source of the -gale in nightingale); from PIE *ghel- "to cry out, shout, sing." Related: Yelled; yelling.
late 14c., originally in Scottish, from yell (v.).