She was followed and gently reasoned with, but her only explanation was that she did n't "yike to eat wiv so many peoples."
"I should yike a little nushment, please," interrupted The Seraph in his turn.
"I yike wiotous wude people," said The Seraph with his face in the tumbler; the milk trickled down his chin.
The Seraph interrupted, "Don't you yike live birds, Mrs. Handsomebody?"
An exclamation of alarm or surprise: ''There are people next door,'' she said. ''Yikes,'' Hawk said (first form 1940s+, variant 1971+)