Definition of yawper in US English:

yawper

noun

  • See yawp

    • ‘Rather than arguing, in time - honored GOP fashion, that the wealthy should pay less taxes, conservative yawpers will run around advocating an ‘IRS reform’ to simplify the complicated tax forms that we all hate filling out - coincidentally by eliminating graduated tax rates.’
    • ‘Delphine, who was the yawper, also jumped to her feet and Josephine sloshed her own coffee with chicory into its saucer.’
    • ‘Some kids emerged as the true heirs of Whitman, barbaric yawpers singing their own songs of themselves.’
    • ‘This summer workshop marks my second session, but the safe space and creative company of other yawpers makes anyone feel immediately comfortable to express, create, be.’