Charles shouted upstairs to his wife,» Hurry up or we’ll be late.» «Oh, be quiet,» replied his wife. «Haven’t I been telling you for the last hour that I’ll be ready in a minute?»
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List of words beginning with: Y
Found: 117 results
n. (pl. -s) slang = *yob.
—v. (-ll-; us -l-) sing with melodious inarticulate sounds and frequent changes between falsetto and normal voice in the manner of swiss mountain-dwellers. —n. Yodelling cry. yodeller n. [german]
n. Rustic; country bumpkin. [perhaps dial.]
n.pl. Slang a long time (yonks ago). [origin unknown]
contr. You will; you shall.
person n. Law person aged between 14 and 17 years.
- —adj. (younger; youngest) 1 not far advanced in life, development, or existence; not yet old.
- a immature, inexperienced. B youthful.
- of or characteristic of youth (young love).
- representing young people (young farmers).
- a distinguishing a son from his father (young george). B as a familiar or condescending form of address (listen, young lady).
- (younger) distinguishing one person from another of the same name (the younger pitt). —n. (collect.) Offspring, esp. Of animals. youngish adj. [old english]
contr. You are.
poss. Pron. - the one or ones belonging to you (it is yours; yours are over there).
- your letter (yours of the 10th).
- introducing a formula ending a letter (yours ever; yours truly). of yours of or belonging to you (friend of yours).
club n. Place for young people's leisure activities.
- hostel n. Any of a chain of cheap lodgings for holiday-makers, esp. Walkers and cyclists.
- n. (pl. -s) 1 being young; period between childhood and adult age.
- vigour, enthusiasm, inexperience, or other characteristic of this period.
- young man.
- (as pl.) Young people collectively (the youth of the country). [old english: related to *young]
contr. You have.
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