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Thesaurus for yupper

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for yupper

To agree as in saying yes, but in a cuter way.
"Do u like ice cream?"
"YUPPERS!"
by Emely May 03, 2005
yes
1) An affirmative answer to a question, the opposite of no.
2) An expletive shouted out during an orgasm.
3) A British progressive rock (or art rock) group known for their hits "Roundabout" and "Owner of a Lonely Heart".
4) A brand of laundry detergent in the US.
1) Yes, I'm horny.
2) YES! YES! YES!
3) Let's listen to Yes.
4) I need to wash clothese, where's the Yes?
by LudwigVan March 12, 2004
Yup
Yup is a generic term of agreement issued often by a non-listening party, typically used while performing an additional important task, such as watching tv.

If you are the yupper, by yupping someone, you are not bound in any sense by your agreement, since you didn't hear what it was you were agreeing to. If you are later asked to perform the task, you then have the option to admit that you had yupped the person and ignore the task, or pretend that you had really listened & just go along with the yuppee.

If you are the yuppee, and you recognize that you are being yupped, you can call the yupper's actions & state "you're yupping me" or "I'm being yupped", whereupon the yupper may admit the yupping action and feel mild embarrassment, but there will be no permanent damage.

yupping, being yupped, yupper, yuppee are all derived from the root 'yup'
Woman: Oh I got some great shoes at the mall, do you like them dear?
Man (watching tv): yup
Woman: so we're going to go back later, are you coming with us?
Man (watching tv): : yup
*2 hours later*
Woman: ok, let's go
Man: where?
Woman: to the mall? you said you'd come with me later?
Man - option 1: oh, I was just yupping you, I'm staying here
Man - option 2: yea that's right, let me grab my coat
by T. Walsh / Ronan XVII January 04, 2005
The answer to any question.
Q. What time is it?
A. Yeah.
by where am i? February 14, 2005
yep
yep - (1) interjection (2)adjective:

1. Affirmative, yes, to convey agreeance.
2. Gives the subject a good characteristic, feeling or appearance.
In the case of (2) this is a contextual word, ie: the use of the words around it define the exact meaning of yep.

Examples:
"She is all yep" - The subject is in some way desirable, or has said or performed something desirable or agreeable to the speaker.
"Yep, that's a yep" - A double confirmation. Generally used after confirmation has been asked for on a particular subject.
by Cabji August 03, 2003
something said randomly by Lil' John in songs that feature him
Usher - "She had me feelin like she's ready to go"
Lil' John randomly in the background "OKAY"
by heyheyhey March 10, 2004
yea
An incorrect spelling of yeah.
Billy Woods - "Yea, I'm dumb and don't know how to spell."
The world - "Yeah, I agree."
by Whaines June 10, 2006
yes, the oppisite of no, nopers; it is so,agree, affirm.
would you like to purchase the extended warranty program? "answer" would be "YEPPERS"
by sterling lee macallister \ July 08, 2003
Used widely in late 20th Century England. Refers to men who consider themselves to be arbiters of culture and refinement and wit. Often considered effeminate and/or overtly flaming. Most likely sexually aroused by other men, but not always. Similar to today's metrosexual. For example, most of Oscar Wilde's plays contain dandies, and Oscar Wilde himself is perhaps the most famous example of a dandy.
Oscar: "There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about."

Mary Jane: "Oh, Oscar, you're SUCH a dandy!"
by Manú P. February 25, 2005
Response as in agreement with another.
"We should totally go to that show."
"For sure."
by Madison February 13, 2005