Slang Used to express rejection or strong disgust.(interjection)
Variant of yuk1.(noun)
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Use "yuck" in a sentence
"Indeed, yuck is as much learned as innate: An audience member cheerily volunteered that a 1-year-old will drink apple juice -- which is urine-colored -- out of a bedpan without complaint."
"- Tongues are wagging - with some salivating and others going "yuck" - over"
"Thriller, I can do, but I’ll never watch another one like The Ring again .. yuck!"