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Definition of "yarns" []

  • A continuous twisted strand of natural or synthetic fibres, used in weaving, knitting, etc (noun)
  • A long and often involved story or account, usually telling of incredible or fantastic events (noun)
  • To tell such a story or stories (verb)
  • Plural form of yarn. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of yarn. (verb)

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Use "yarns" in a sentence
  • "I feel your interest, and I know you are interested in yarns from the front; and I only wish you were not so busy, and that my voice could ramble on and on, and I could tell you many more instances; but I trust that now you have made me a member of your Club there may be an opportunity of coming back to Toronto again during the next few months, perhaps not as an invited guest, but as one of your own members, and be able to spend a few more moments with you some evening as pleasantly as I have today."
  • "Defendant manufactured certain yarns that were labeled as containing cashmere, but their cashmere content was allegedly below that labeled or even nonexistent."
  • "Reliable information was at a premium; there was no verifying or disproving of rumors and yarns from the East."