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yarn.noun,.plural.yarns
a continuous strand of twisted threads of natural or synthetic.material, such as wool or nylon, used in weaving or knitting

yarn.noun,.plural.yarns
an entertaining.tale; a long, often elaborate.narrative of real or fictitious.adventures
yarn, yarned, yarning, yarns.intransitive verbs
to tell an entertaining tale or series of tales (grandpa's in the back yard yarning to the grandchildren about his early adventures in life)

yo-yo.noun,.plural.yo-yos
a toy consisting of a flattened spool wound with string that is spun down from and reeled up to the hand by motions of the wrist; a person that undergoes frequent abrupt shifts or reversals, as of opinion or emotion; a vacillator
yo-yo, yo-yoed, yo-yoing, yo-yos.intransitive verbs
to undergo frequent abrupt shifts or reversals, as of opinion or emotion; vacillate

yacht.noun,.plural.yachts
any of various sailing or motor-driven vessels, that one could say had smart, stylish, fashionable, elegant and graceful lines; a sailing ship generally used for pleasure cruises or racing; a large boat with a sail or sails, used for pleasure or sport, especially one that has a place where you can sleep; a sailing boat; sailboat
yacht, yachted, yachting, yachts.intransitive verbs
to sail, cruise or race in a yacht; date 1500-1600 A.D. early modern Dutch 'jaght' from Middle Low German 'jachtschiff' meaning 'hunting ship'

zodiac.noun
an imaginary area in the sky, some people believe affects their lives; an area those same people believe the sun, moon and planets appear to travel through; referred to in astronomy as a band of the celestial.sphere extending about 8° (eight degrees) to either side of the ecliptic that represents the path of the principal.planets, the moon and the Sun; in astrology, this band is divided into 12 equal parts called signs, each 30° wide, bearing the name of a constellation for which it was originally named but with which it no longer coincides.owing to.the.precession of the equinoxes; a diagram or figure representing the zodiac; a complete circuit; a circle; the zodiac is used by astrologers to represent the positions of the planets and stars throughout the year and is divided into twelve sections, each of which has its own name and symbol used to try to calculate the influence of the planets, especially on someone's life; their are twelve signs of the zodiac
zodiacal.adjective
the zodiac is a diagram 
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