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yack

and yock and yuck and yuk (jæk and jɔk and jək)
1. n. a foolish person. Who’s the yock wearing the red bandana?
2. n. idle chatter. I’ve heard enough yack to last me a lifetime.
3. Go to yak.

yuck

verb
See yack

yack

verb
See yak

yuck

and yuk (jək)
1. n. someone or something disgusting. (Also a term of address.) I don’t want any of that yuck on my plate!
2. exclam. Horrible! (Usually Yuck!) Oh, yuck! Get that horrible thing out of here!
3. n. a joke. Come on! Chill out! It was just a yuck.
4. Go to yack.
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The Encyclopedia of Everything Nasty," by Joy Masoff, yuck is slime, bugs and unmentionable bodily functions.
The maker of the 157-year-old Baking Soda brand will encourage thousands of adorably dramatic kids to pose for the camera on the mobile set of its "the difference between Yuck and Yum" commercial, when the Search for America's Yummiest Kid Making the Yuckiest Face kicks off on April 12.
Shopper cards that you have to carry with you to get good prices Yuck.
I found that ditching bread and pasta in favour of wheat-free alternatives (which tasted yuck and were expensive) made absolutely no difference to my weight or to my digestion.
YUCK - Yuck Verdict: COMPRISED of members of the lauded but defunct Cajun Dance Party, and with a name that inspires comment from almost everyone who hears it, Yuck had people talking months before their album release.
Yuck showcase the album on a UK tour which includes a gig at Sneaky Pete's in Edinburgh on February 22.
Can't think why some people are coming over all yuck about it.
I'm tempted to say, yuck, but it's a very good thing, I suppose.
Many consumers who react to the idea of pre-cooked ground beef with a "who needs it" yuck quickly reconsider their reaction with the realization of how useful it would be.