Antonyms for yeah

Grammar : Noun
Spell : yai
Phonetic Transcription : yɛə

Definition of yeah

Origin :
  • American English, colloquial, by 1863, from drawling pronunciation of yes.
  • As in yea : noun affirmative
Example sentences :
  • "Yeah, but—" Lane shook his head and turned back to the window.
  • Extract from : « Mutineer » by Robert J. Shea
  • Yeah, Doc, the only way to get anything out of you is to blast it out, isn't it?
  • Extract from : « Rescue Squad » by Thomas J. O'Hara
  • Yeah, with the muzzle about a foot from my head when he let go.
  • Extract from : « Project Mastodon » by Clifford Donald Simak
  • "Yeah, I been kinda wondering about you," he added conversationally.
  • Extract from : « The Best Made Plans » by Everett B. Cole
  • "Yeah, it sounds like a rumble," one of them says, after a while.
  • Extract from : « The Day of the Boomer Dukes » by Frederik Pohl
  • "Yeah, the Legals want the Crusader for their propaganda," he said wearily.
  • Extract from : « Police Your Planet » by Lester del Rey
  • Blackwell swallowed hard and nodded and said, "Yeah, that's Jack, all right."
  • Extract from : « Ten From Infinity » by Paul W. Fairman
  • Yeah—thanks—no idea how sensitive people are when you get their names wrong.
  • Extract from : « Greener Than You Think » by Ward Moore
  • Yeah, I guess I do, Frankie, but not bad enough to win it the wrong way.
  • Extract from : « Vital Ingredient » by Gerald Vance
  • "Yeah, about the same time of day," Jed said, and looked at him curiously.
  • Extract from : « Eight Keys to Eden » by Mark Irvin Clifton

Synonyms for yeah

Based on : - - - Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019