1 They had sorely missed the excitement of the drills while away, and they counted education well lost if only they could ride and yell and shoot off rifles in the company of their friends.
2 "But not as loud as you yell when Mammy washes your ears," returned Mrs. Tarleton.
3 And she heard for the first time, without knowing it, the Rebel yell.
4 Prissy, looking up, saw her and her mouth opened to yell.
5 They were hearing drums and bugles and the Rebel yell, seeing footsore men going by in the rain with torn flags slanting.
6 And manfully seconding Wade's yell was the shrill piping of Beau.
7 At sunrise the Captain went forward, and knocking on the deck, summoned the prisoners to work; but with a yell they refused.
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8 But ere I break, yell hear me crack; and till ye hear THAT, know that Ahab's hawser tows his purpose yet.
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9 I got hold of his thumb and bent it back, until he let go with a yell.
10 Jurgis turned away, and then in a sudden rush the full realization of his triumph swept over him, and he gave a yell and a jump, and started off on a run.
11 There was a yell as soon as they were sighted, men and women rushing out of houses and saloons as they galloped by.
12 The audience came to its feet with a yell; men waved their arms, laughing aloud in their excitement.
13 The Mohicans boldly sent back the intimidating yell of their enemies, who raised a shout of savage triumph at the fall of Gamut.
14 But the moment the struggle was decided, a yell arose as fierce and savage as wild and revengeful passions could throw into the air.
15 A single yell burst from the woods, and all was again still.