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Synonyms for yak

Synonyms for yak

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

Synonyms for yak

large long-haired wild ox of Tibet often domesticated

talk profusely

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As of December, yakker has been cleared in over 70% of the country.
newscast, where it usually receives solid lead-in numbers from back-to-back showings of syndicated courtroom yakker "Judge Judy.
When you've got two grown daughters (ages 29 and 33), ``it's very strange'' being Daddy to an infant, says 57-year-old syndicated yakker Maury Povich.
From there, Dyrdek planted flags on the net with "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory" and viral video yakker "Ridiculousness," while further establishing his brand with appearances on MTV's "Punk'd," "Cribs," "Nitro Circus" and "MTV's Ultimate Parkour Challenge.
An alum of "Late Show With David Letterman" herself, Leiderman has been aggressive in booking top talent for Kimmel's yakker, while giving him free rein to execute quirky segs that younger demos love.
syndicated latenight yakker to survive in a landscape that is far more fragmented since Hall's 1989-1994 tenure on the air.
When he decided to leave the show after six years, Michaels wanted him to consider a yakker, as O'Brien had already been tapped as Leno's successor.