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General Crossword Questions for “yahoo”

  • Lout
  • A lout, some say a hoodlum
  • Lout raising crop circles
  • Swift portrayal of a rude lout
  • Grass up on old couple, being philistine
  • Brute turning over hay, needing a pair of specs
  • Means by which to search for lout
  • Will the actor backing intro for spies give literary class?
  • Coarse person in hostelry, a hooker
  • Human-looking beast in Gulliver's Travels
  • In Kenya, hook used to capture violent person
  • Boorish lout
  • Lout, boorish person
  • Lout (in Gulliver's Travels)


  • Yahoo! operates the web portal which provides content including the latest news, entertainment, and sports information. Yahoo! Holdings (the Hong Kong subsidiary of Yahoo) told the Chinese government that the IP address used to. — “Yahoo! - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Encyclopedia article about Yahoo's search services, including features, history, and technology. Initially, even though Yahoo! owned multiple search engines, they didn't use them on the main website, but kept using Google's search engine for its results. — “Yahoo! Search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Yahoo! Messenger is an advertisement-supported instant messaging client and associated protocol provided by Yahoo!. Yahoo! Messenger is provided free of charge and can be downloaded and used with a generic "Yahoo! ID" which. — “Yahoo! Messenger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • I could frequently distinguish the word Yahoo , which was repeated by each of them several times: and although it was impossible for me to conjecture what it meant, yet while the two horses were busy in conversation, I endeavoured to practise this word upon my tongue; and as soon as they were silent, I boldly pronounced Yahoo in a loud voice, imitating at the same time, as near as I could, the neighing of a horse; at which they were both visibly surprised; and the gray repeated the same word twice, as if he meant to teach me the right accent; wherein I spoke after him as well as I could, and found myself perceivably to improve every time, though very far from any degree of perfection. — “Gulliver's Travels” by Jonathan Swift


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