Wouldn't even pay attention to the packs of feral Iraqi hounds that yap and howl all through the night when people walk by.
Tetens became representative of Godeffroy and Sons at yap in 1869 and obtained birds.
He is to be feared most of all because he can follow yap yap down into his hole.
Specimens of this white-eye were taken by Fisher in 1946 at yap.
The coyotes broke out again; yap, yap, yap—then the high whine.
That yap up there at the top of the hill could have done this for you long ago.
The monosyllable escaped her lips like the yap of a dog at bay.
He'll yap till he gits a lickin', an' when he sees it comin' he lies on his back, an' yowls.
They probably think they can get quail on toast now if they yap for it.
The direction will now be due east from the cluster of Goulou; about mid-way between the Pelews and yap.
c.1600, probably of imitative origin. Originally in reference to dog sounds; meaning "to talk idle chatter" is first recorded 1886. Related: Yapped; yapping.
A young person in one of the learned and well-paid professions
[1970s+; fr Young American Professional]