- n a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition
- n a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate)
a yell of pain
- v utter a sudden loud cry
I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me
- v utter or declare in a very loud voice
You don't have to yell--I can hear you just fine
- It was just a little old harmless gatheringuntil the professor gave the rebel yell.
- The anti-vaxxers yell loud and long, but their evidence is anecdotal and doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
- He can laugh, sneeze, smile, yell and sign autographs, and once in a while, he gets the hiccups.
- Richard Dreyfuss in BBC News
Scheider's Jaws co-star Richard Dreyfuss said: "He was a wonderful guy. He was what I call a knockaround actor. A knockaround actor to me is a compliment that means a professional that lives the life of a professional actor and doesn't yell and...
- President Bush in Wall Street Journal
I like Crawford,Mr. Bush said. "Unfortunately after eight years of asking her to sacrifice, I'm now no longer the decision maker. She'll be deciding, thanks for the suggestion. I suggest you don't yell it out when she's here."
- Nicole Brown Simpson in Los Angeles Times
I didn't ask anybody to do anything but stand behind me, have me yell at the guys and help me remove my things,Simpson told the judge.