How to use yett in a sentence
The impact, to yett, is one only these girls have the authority to make.
This day I went home upon furlow, yesterday Sergent yett went home.The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775 | Abraham Tomlinson
But I gripped an oak-ritt and stelled mysel for an hour till the water knockit the yett to sawdust.The Half-Hearted | John Buchan
As the good mare pressed on unweariedly bridegroom and bride rode up to the 'yett' of 'the Bower' in the late twilight.Border Ghost Stories | Howard Pease
Whyles that she is yett younge and reckeless, and gif shee bee faste, and hathe naughte to beare homewards, lo!
yett we beleive we weir not very farr off shore, for we had thousands of birds about us.
British Dictionary definitions for yett
Scot a gate or door
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