Definition of yammer
yammeringplay \ˈya-mə-riŋ, ˈyam-riŋ\
Examples of yammer in a Sentence
customers yammered on for what seemed like days about the billing mistake
Recent Examples of yammer from the Web
With a team whose president won’t stop yammering about his 1990s offense and with a superstar whose showcase instincts are still to wave teammates out of the way to go one-on-one?
Expect FusionFall to be the new thing all the kids are yammering about sometime later this fall.
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Origin and Etymology of yammer
Middle English yameren, alteration of yomeren to murmur, be sad, from Old English gēomrian; akin to Old High German jāmaron to be sad
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
YAMMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yammer for English Language Learners
: to talk in an annoying way usually for a long time
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