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yike

/ jaɪk /

noun

  1. an argument, squabble, or fight


verb

  1. to argue, squabble, or fight
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Word History and Origins

Origin of yike1

origin unknown
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Example Sentences

Immediately after lying down, the sensation is best described as fiery, with a smattering of yikes.

"I don't yike you, Aunt Jennie," said Wilbur, after his aunt had interfered with some cherished idea he had in mind.

The Seraph interrupted, "Don't you yike live birds, Mrs. Handsomebody?"

"I yike wiotous wude people," said The Seraph with his face in the tumbler; the milk trickled down his chin.

She was followed and gently reasoned with, but her only explanation was that she did n't "yike to eat wiv so many peoples."

"Yaya doesn't yike nasty bunnies, only nice blushes," she said.

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