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Yell in a sentence

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Sentence count:130+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bawlbellowcallcry outhowlroarscreamshoutshrieksquallwailwhoopSimilar words: yellowwellbellshellcellselltellhelloMeaning: [jel]  n. 1. a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition 2. a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate). v. 1. utter a sudden loud cry 2. utter or declare in a very loud voice. 
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(1) This gave them a chance to yell.
(2) You don't have to yell; I can hear you.
(3) She let out a yell when she saw me.
(4) If you need me, just yell.
(5) Suddenly there was a loud/great yell from the bathroom.
(6) "Please don't yell at me." She began to sniffle.
(7) Dan gave a yell of delight when Larsson scored.
(8) Back off! There's no need to yell at me.
(9) Don't yell at me like that!
(10) Don't you yell at me like that!
(11) Jeez, don't yell at me - I'm just telling you what she said!
(12) Don't yell - let's creep up on them and scare them.
(13) Back off! There is no need to yell at me.
(14) I usually just let her yell until she runs out of steam.
(15) Clarisa gave me a yell from the house.
(16) He had a desire to yell at her, Why?
(17) Steve could no longer prevent a yell of frustration.
(18) You could yell once he had his grip in.
(19) With an involuntary yell of alarm, she tumbled forward.
(20) You could hear its yell above the weather.
(21) Much to my amazement the tutors don't yell.
(22) With a triumphant yell, she hurled the harpoon.
(23) Stop, I heard the minister yell.
(24) They gave a huge yell as I took off.
(25) A yell of surprise was wrenched out of her.
(26) James accelerated when he heard them yell.
(27) They always yell at each other.
(28) Something brushed past Bob's face and he let out a yell.
(29) When his schoolmate made the last goal, the boy gave out with an untrammeled yell.
(30) I can hear you - there's no need to shout. Yell can also be used, especially in spoken English. Cry with this meaning now sounds old-fashioned. When people scream they make a very loud, high noise because they are in great pain or are very frightened or excited:There was broken glass everywhere and people were screaming. You can also use these words with 'out':She shouted out in pain as they tried to move her.
More similar words: yellowwellbellshellcellselltellhellospellswellsell outas wellsellertell onsell offsmell outsmell ofdwell onwell knownwell-knownfeel likeas well asmay as wellsatellitecompellingmachiavellian
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