Crossword clues for yack
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
also yak, "to talk, to chatter," 1950, slang, probably short for yackety-yacking "talk" (1947), probably echoic (compare Australian slang yacker "talk, conversation," 1882). Related: Yacked; yacking.\n
n. 1 chatter 2 (alternative form of yak English) vb. 1 (context slang English) to vomit, usually because of intoxication 2 (context colloquial English) to talk incessantly
Usage examples of "yack".
I said, then we drove off, everybody yacking and except for mecatching up on life.
I got the proof—I even found out the specific time and place the contact was to be made and what the arrangements were to be—but then I ran afoul of that female with her yacker of Cleveland contests she won three years ago.