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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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YUCK Bath towels absorb dead skin cells and natural bacteria from our bodies and warm, damp conditions mean this bacteria thrives.
Yuck don't say or do much, but what they play is well worth hearing.
* And many consumers believe that hot food that has to be reheated at home just isn't worth getting: 67% of those responding (64% of all survey respondents) agreed that "take-out is yuck if it gets cold before serving."
Yuck" sucker for those of us who cannot yet read the cultural signs, and I'm the captive and as-of-yet untarnished audience Whitehead must only dream of.
while staring at the American flag," whose "hearts are openly exposed" (yuck), and who are "not motivated by any financial gain."
Like with Yuck, the tunes were powerful enough, uplifting enough, melancholic enough to render anything else meaningless.
EMBARRASSING BODIES: The Channel 4 show returns tomorrow for more toe-curling predicaments including a woman who gives herself coffee enemas to "clear herself out." Yuck.
Yuck: Terrible name for an interesting British indie band.
"I think what you have to deal with here is the 'yuck' factor," the Age quoted him as saying.
Fans of Yuck faced a similar fate as the organisers' lack of foresight for venue allocation left many disappointed.
The management and staff of Plaice to Meat Bar and Restaurant, Allerton Road, Liverpool would like the opportunity to answer the article which appeared in the ECHO, December 22 headlined Yuck! City's Shame List.
You have to bang the roller frame on the edge of the sink or a trash can to get the cover off (sending paint everywhere) or grab the paint-filled roller with your bare hand (yuck!).