How Do You Spell YORKERS?
Correct spelling for the English word "Yorkers" is [j_ˈɔː_k_ə_z], [jˈɔːkəz], [jˈɔːkəz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
Usage Examples for YORKERS
- He liked New York and New Yorkers liked him - "Castle Craneycrow" by George Barr McCutcheon
- Frederick caught expressions here and there My dear New Yorkers hospitable Americans the hospitable shores of America Columbus and 1492 He heard Stoss say that on the bill boards one read 1492 the year in which modern America was born - "Atlantis" by Gerhart Hauptmann
- There had been a big difference of opinion regarding The Thing among what New Yorkers are pleased to call the provincial critics - "She Buildeth Her House" by Will Comfort
- A stranger even if invested with mystery must possess the one irresistible magnet combined with some unusual quality of looks to capture and hold the interest of weary New Yorkers as she had done - "Black Oxen" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
- After a hasty examination Semmes said New Yorkers are getting smart but it won't save it - "Cruise and Captures of the Alabama" by Albert M. Goodrich