Mike Rogers: Leakers Must ‘Close their yaps’ Call it a home(land security) renovation.
He won't make no move that the law don't back him up in; but some o' these other yaps are talkin' all kinds of gun-play.
The yaps and arnas in Central Asia form great obstacles to the traveller.
The yaps that listen to him don't understand him, but somehow he gets under their skins.
"Oh, there are half a dozen yaps with a wad she could have, and any time she wants to whistle," said Fred pugnaciously.
The dogs send love to their mistress in yaps, yowls and whines.
One of the judges finally got out a mouthful of growls and yaps, and gave it to the clerk of the court to copy into the record.
There's always a lot of yaps about there that know us, and they would begin to cackle first off.
These yaps are going to hold another meeting to-night to decide on Martha Scroggs' fiancé.
A dog began to bark near the chapel, his yaps becoming more and more frantic.
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]