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Yell, subst. a loud and alarming cry: to stop the loud pursuers (hounds) “in their y.” Ven. 688. “with like timorous accent and dire y. as when . . . the fire is spied,” Oth. I, 1, 75. == scream of distress and agony: “nor --s of mothers, maids, nor babes,” Tim. IV, 3, 124.