v. i.) To cry out, or shriek, with a hideous noise; to cry or scream as with agony or horror.
n.) A sharp, loud, hideous outcry.
Don’t yell at me.
Clarisa gave me a yell from the house.
She yelled in a rage.
She yelled at her mischievous child.
She yelled at the children to be quiet.
Mom yells if my room is messy.
He always yells at me when he is angry.
His voice was drowned by the yells.
She let out a yell when she saw me.
He had a desire to yell at her, Why?
We heard him yelling for help.
The children were yelling with laughter.
Laramie was banging on the wall and yelling.
I could hear them yelling above all the noise.
She banged on the door, yelling at the top of her voice .
When we entered the room, the teacher was yelling at some unfortunate student.
I yelled at the bus driver to wait as I was running but he didn’t hear me.
The fireman yelled at the boys to keep away from the smoking building.
The athlete pumped his fist in the air, and yelled triumphantly.
He banged on the table with his fist and yelled in anger.
The child remained mute all the time the principal yelled at him.
The old man yelled at the young boys to get off his property.
He yelled with pain.