- yeardley, sir george,
- yearly meeting,
Origin of yearling
Examples from the Web for yearling
Silence; nothing stirred except the yearling who had returned to the mast and was eagerly nosing among the acorns.
Ranchmen in Oklahoma told the writer that in winter yearling cattle in good condition are sometimes killed by coyotes.Coyotes in Their Economic Relations|David E. Lantz
And suddenly the monster rushed at him with a squeal, and the yearling shrieked and fled, chased clear up the slope.
One of the men cut them a liberal piece from a yearling that they had just butchered.Hope Hathaway|Frances Parker
"I'll take that red steer," said Dell with marked decision, pointing out a yearling.Wells Brothers|Andy Adams
- a bond that is intended to mature after one year
- (as modifier)yearling bonds