yank / yangk/ inf. • v. pull with a jerk: [tr.] he yanked her to her feet | [intr.] Liz yanked at her arm. • n. [in sing.] a sudden hard pull: he gave her ponytail a yank.
Yank short for YANKEE. XVIII.
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