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- noun One who yodels.
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- noun Archaic form of
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yodle + -er
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Plynck's Garden her ears were assailed by an unspeakable clamor of mournful sound; it sounded a little like a Swiss yodler with a broken heart, and a little like a dog howling because the yodler was singing.
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