IPA: jˈæŋkidˈudʌɫ


  • an american

yankee doodle

IPA: jˈæŋkidudʌɫ

Root Word: Yankee Doodle


  • A patriotic song popular with the Americans in their Revolutionary War.
  • (slang, archaic) A native or inhabitant of the United States.
  • (slang, dated) An American citizen born on the 4th of July.

Examples of "yankee-doodle" in Sentences

  • Here come all the yankee-doodle palefaces to put their two cents in.
  • Once in khaki suits, Ah, gee we looked swell Full of that yankee-doodle dee-dum!
  • The laziest kind of yankee-doodle cold-warrior russophobia imaginable - wheeled out by
  • Another British soldier, from 2nd Battalion the Rifles, was killed when his Jackal patrol vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device near Sangin last night. to save the mission-plan of the yankee-doodle scum who aren't even in power any longer.
  • Gordon Clown mysteriously magicked-up the money that paid for this war, and he is still diverting taxpayer money to pay for yankee-doodle wars ... at a time when he says there is no money even for Primary School education in Britain for the children of those very tax-payers.
  • And Russians understanding - and gloating - that now yankee-doodle will be kicked out, and Russian sympathy for the shat-upon man in the street of Kyrgyzstan - can you fucking believe it - will get them their due base rights in their back garden - but it is bloody irrelevant.

Related Links

syllables in yankee-doodlesynonyms for yankee-doodleunscramble yankee-doodle



© 2024 Copyright: WordPapa