An' 'en my papa dropped it 's if it was a yellow-jacket an' he said, great big an' loud, 'Money!
Thereafter I dived and hopped like a frog through the brush and water, until I came out beyond that yellow-jacket barrage.
Now once in a while a babe is found hard to wean; the same may be said of a yellow-jacket.
The Professor was powerless, but lay in Tim's arms biting, kicking, and curled up like a yellow-jacket interested with an enemy.
A young half-breed with a complexion like a yellow-jacket asked me if I would have my boots blacked.
A yellow-jacket has found an ambrosial attraction here upon the bramble leaf.
And there are still others, where Buddy collided with the yellow-jacket, that I find I cannot read at all.
To punish someone for a stupid action: We yellow-carded him for leaving the beer in his drunk where we could find it
[fr a soccer penalty]