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YARE, adj. ready, nimble, active
YARELY, adv. readily, briskly
YAW, v. t. to move unsteadily as a ship which
does not answer the helm
YEAR, sub. years
YEARN, v. t. to grieve, vex
YELLOW, adj. emblem of jealousy
YELLOWNESS, sub. jealousy
YELLOWS, sub. jaundice in horses
YERK, v. t. to lash out, to strike quickly
YESTY, adj. foaming, frothy
YOUNG, adj. recent
YOUNKER, sub. a stripling
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