Crossword Clues for YEAH

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Clue Source Date
'Uh-huh' USA Today 30 Sep 2022
"Okey-dokey" LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2022
"I guess so" Family Time 04 Sep 2022
“You got that right!” Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2022
Word of agreement USA Today 11 Aug 2022
Informal yes Family Time 26 Jun 2022
'What she said' New York Times 26 Jun 2022
'Agreed' The Washington Post Sunday 15 May 2022
'Is that so?' USA Today 07 May 2022
"Definitely!" Universal 02 May 2022
"Uh-huh" Premier Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Affirmative (informal) The Guardian Quick 08 Apr 2022
“Guess so” Wall Street Journal 15 Mar 2022
'Uh-huh' USA Today 17 Feb 2022
"Uh-huh" LA Times Daily 12 Jan 2022
'We did it!' The Washington Post Sunday 26 Dec 2021
“Definitely” Wall Street Journal 16 Dec 2021
Repeated word in a Beatles refrain Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2021
"You betcha!" LA Times Daily 06 Dec 2021
Enthusiastic response Universal 05 Dec 2021
"Amen!" Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2021
"Amen!" Eugene Sheffer 01 Nov 2021
Slangy ''okay'' Newsday 27 Sep 2021
'That's right!' New York Times 07 Sep 2021
"You betcha!" Premier Sunday 29 Aug 2021
'Uh-huh' USA Today 21 Aug 2021
'Totally!' USA Today 09 Aug 2021
"Uh-huh" Universal 04 Aug 2021
"You bet!" Premier Sunday 25 Jul 2021
'I reckon so!' USA Today 17 Jul 2021
Informal assent Universal 02 Jul 2021
Slangy "Agreed" LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2021
Slangy 'Agreed' The Washington Post 15 Jun 2021
"Awright!" Premier Sunday 13 Jun 2021
'For sure!' USA Today 22 Mar 2021
Affirm slangily Canadiana 22 Mar 2021
"Amen!" Eugene Sheffer 04 Feb 2021
Informal assent Newsday 24 Jan 2021
"All right!" LA Times Daily 12 Jan 2021
'All right!' The Washington Post 12 Jan 2021
"Woo-hoo!" Universal 28 Dec 2020
Opposite of nah New York Times 14 Dec 2020
"Right on!" Premier Sunday 29 Nov 2020
'Let's do it!' USA Today 18 Nov 2020
'Think so?' New York Times 13 Nov 2020
Slangy affirmative Universal 11 Nov 2020
Casual assent Thomas Joseph 07 Nov 2020
Yes, slangily Canadiana 02 Nov 2020
"You betcha!" LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2020
'You betcha!' The Washington Post 01 Nov 2020
'Uh huh' USA Today 12 Sep 2020
'That's right!' USA Today 05 Aug 2020
"___, right!" Universal 22 Jul 2020
'For sure' USA Today 07 Jul 2020
'Woo!' USA Today 03 Jul 2020
Definitely (informal) The Telegraph Quick 09 Jun 2020
''Uh-huh'' Newsday 02 Jun 2020
"For sure!" Universal 28 May 2020
'Um, sure' New York Times 14 May 2020
''Okay with me'' Newsday 26 Apr 2020
2004 Usher hit whose title is repeated more than seventy-five times in the song The New Yorker 16 Mar 2020
'Right on!' New York Times 07 Mar 2020
'That's true' The Washington Post Sunday 16 Feb 2020
When doubled, "I heard you the first time"
'I know' Jonesin 31 Dec 2019
'Amen!' Eugene Sheffer 29 Nov 2019
“Uh-huh!” Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2019
'You betcha!' USA Today 11 Oct 2019
Slangy assent LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2019
Slangy assent The Washington Post 27 Sep 2019
'Correct,' casually USA Today 17 Sep 2019
"You betcha!" Universal 16 Sep 2019
Knocks back one of the vitamins in stable diet? Right! Irish Times Crosaire 20 Jul 2019
'Nah!' opposite USA Today 10 Jul 2019
'You got that right!' New York Times 09 Jul 2019
Casual assent Newsday 24 Apr 2019
When sung three times, what follows 'She loves you' New York Times 02 Apr 2019
Slangy agreement Family Time 10 Mar 2019
Informal ''okay'' Newsday 10 Mar 2019
"Uh-huh!" Universal 01 Feb 2019
"Uh-huh"
"You betcha!"
"You got that right!"
"Uh-huh!"
"___, right!"
"Uh-huh!"
"Nah!" opposite
"You betcha!"
"Uh-huh!"
"Correct," casually
"You betcha!"
Slangy assent
When sung three times, what follows "She loves you"
"____, right!" Universal 27 Dec 2018
'Uh-huh!' USA Today 22 Oct 2018
'Uh-huh' Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2018
'___, about that ...' Jonesin 18 Sep 2018
Slangy assent Newsday 11 Jul 2018
'You bet!' Eugene Sheffer 11 Jul 2018
Fist-pump cry The Washington Post 27 May 2018
Fist-pump cry LA Times Daily 27 May 2018
Shout of approval Newsday 25 May 2018
''That's what I'm talkin' about!'' Newsday 17 May 2018
Informal yes Universal 01 Mar 2018
Fist-pump cry
"____, right!"
Informal yes
'You said it!' The Washington Post 27 Dec 2017
"You said it!" LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2017
'Uh-huh' Premier Sunday 24 Dec 2017
Yep kin Universal 22 Nov 2017
'That's right!' Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2017
'You betcha!' New York Times 20 Sep 2017
Repeated word in the Beatles' 'She Loves You' The Washington Post 15 Sep 2017
Repeated word in the Beatles' "She Loves You" LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2017
Yes (informally) The Times Concise 07 Sep 2017
Informal "certainly" Universal 16 Jul 2017
Informal affirmative Universal 13 Jul 2017
"Uh-huh" USA Today 27 Jun 2017
Nope's opposite Universal 12 Jun 2017
'Uh-huh' New York Times 04 Jun 2017
Strong approval, when shouted Newsday 18 Feb 2017
"Okey-dokey" LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2017
'Woo-hoo!' New York Times 30 Jan 2017
Repeated word in the Fab Four's 'She Loves You' The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Jan 2017
''Uh-huh!'' Newsday 03 Jan 2017
'You betcha' Premier Sunday 01 Jan 2017
"Uh-huh"
Informal "certainly"
Repeated word in the Fab Four's "She Loves You"
Informal affirmative
Yep kin
Nope's opposite
"Woo-hoo!"
"Uh-huh"
Repeated word in the Beatles' "She Loves You"
"You said it!"
"Okey-dokey"
"You betcha!"
Fist pumper's cry The Washington Post 16 Dec 2016
'Sure' The Washington Post 11 Dec 2016
Informal agreement Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2016
Casual assent USA Today 15 Oct 2016
'You betcha!' Eugene Sheffer 26 Sep 2016
"Uh-huh!" USA Today 19 Sep 2016
"Awright!" Universal 07 Sep 2016
'No question!' Jonesin 16 Aug 2016
Slangy affirmative LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2016
'Awright!' The Washington Post 29 Jul 2016
"Okey-doke" LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2016
'Sure thing' Premier Sunday 03 Jul 2016
Slangy affirmative USA Today 07 Jun 2016
Informal concurrence Newsday 22 May 2016
'Uh-huh' The Washington Post 09 May 2016
''I suppose so'' Newsday 05 May 2016
'Indeed!' Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2016
'Amen to that!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 Apr 2016
'Sure!' Wall Street Journal 08 Feb 2016
"Okey-dokey" Universal 05 Feb 2016
Casual assent The Washington Post 04 Feb 2016
"You betcha!" USA Today 31 Jan 2016
Opposite of nah Universal 14 Jan 2016
"Okey-dokey"
Slangy affirmative
"Okey-doke"
"Absolutely!"
Slangy affirmative
Casual assent
"Amen to that!"
Opposite of nah
"Awright!"
Given period of time, husband at last agreed The Telegraph Toughie 27 Nov 2015
Slangy agreement USA Today 10 Nov 2015
"Uh-huh" LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2015
"Why not?!" LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2015
'OK' Eugene Sheffer 19 Sep 2015
Triumphant cry Wall Street Journal 14 Aug 2015
'Why not?' Eugene Sheffer 31 Jul 2015
Opposite of 9 Down Newsday 31 May 2015
Nope alternative Universal 21 May 2015
"Awright!" USA Today 10 May 2015
'Hell ___!' Jonesin 09 Apr 2015
You I see as OK The Telegraph Toughie 10 Feb 2015
Unpolished assent Canadiana 12 Jan 2015
'You bet!' Wall Street Journal 09 Jan 2015
Slangy agreement
Nope alternative
"You bet!"
Triumphant cry
Slangy affirmative
"Uh-huh"
Opposite of 9 Down
"Why not?!"
"You betcha"
Word often shouted by Lil Jon in an Usher song of the same name
"You betcha!"
"Uh-huh"
"That's the ticket!"
"Awright!"
"Okey-doke"
"Uh-huh"
Slangy assent
Word accompanying a fist pump
"Amen to that!"
"Right on!"
"Darn tootin'!"
"Oh, why not?!"
"You betcha"
Word repeated after "She loves you," in a '60s hit
'You bet'
"Totally"
"___, right"
Informal assent
Slangy agreement
Triumphant cry
Informal affirmative
Slangy "sure!"
"You got that right"
"Hooray!"
"You got that right!"
"___, right!" ("I bet!")
Casual agreement
Informal OK
"I guess that's true"
"You betcha!"
Shouty Usher song?
"Yep" kin
"___, right!"
Word repeatedly sung after "She loves you ..."
"Sweet!"
"I suppose so"
Concert scream
Beatles chorus word
Slangy "okay"
Repeated word in "She Loves You"
One third of a Fab Four refrain
Fist pumper's cry
"She Loves You" word
"Woo-hoo!"
Casual assent
"Woo-hoo!"
Informal assent
"You know it!"
"Uh huh"
Encouraging word
Uh-huh
Informal assent
Slangy assent
Karen O?
Casual assent
"Whoo-hoo!" alternative
"Awright!" alternative
When sung three times, part of a Beatles refrain
"Hot dog!"
2004 #1 hit for Usher
Slangy okay
Listless assent, perhaps
"For sure!"
"OK"
Slangy affirmative
Slangy approval
Single from Usher's "Confessions"
When said three times, "Of course, obviously!"
Triumphant cry
"I suppose so"
"Couldn't agree more"
"Amen to that!"
"You got that right!"
Fist-pumper's cry
One-third of a Fab Four refrain
Opposite of "nope"
Word sung thrice after "She loves you"
"Hot dog!"
"I suppose so"
"Okey-dokey"
"For sure!"
Listless assent, perhaps
Slangy okay
Kelly Clarkson "My December" song
"Yer darn tootin'!"
"That's the ticket!"
"Uh-huh"
Opposite of 67 Across
'Right on!'
Word before "whatever" or "right"
Part of a Beatles refrain
"___, you!"
"Amen!"
"I agree completely"
"I agree!"
"Oh ___?"
"She Loves You" refrain word
Fist pumper's cry
"Righto"
Informal OK
"That's the ticket!" preceder
"Righto"
"Why not?"
Slangy agreement
Slangy agreement
"You bet!"
Casual agreement
Slangy "Really?"
"You betcha!"
"Right on!"
Slangy "Really?"
Slangy "sure"
"Right on!"
Opposite of nah
"For sure"
Slangy okay
Slangy approval
Slangy approval
Slangy approval
"Okey-doke"
"You bet"
Slangy affirmative
First or second word of Karen O's band name
One-third of a Fab Four refrain
When repeated, part of a Beatles refrain
Word repeated in "She Loves You"
"Sure!"
Slangy agreement
"Uh-huh"
"___, right!"
"Oh sure...right!"
Part of a Beatles refrain
"Oh, sure...right!"
"Uh-huh"
Slangy affirmative
When repeated, part of a Beatles refrain
Repeated word in "She Loves You"
"Uh huh!"
Shout of approval
Beatles refrain word
Word repeated in a Beatles refrain
Slangy assent
"Sure!"
"What he said!"
"You tell 'em!"
Affirmative answer
Part of a Beatles refrain, when tripled
'Sure'
Slangy "sure"
Rock-song affirmative
Colloquial assent
"She Loves You" word
"Great!"
"Okey-dokey"
Slangy assent
Informal affirmative
Beatles chorus word
Beatles chorus word
Slangy agreement
One third of a Fab Four refrain
"Sure"
Opposite of nope
Slangy assent
Informal agreement
"Oh, __?"
'You betcha!'
'Uh-huh'
"O.K."
"Awright!"
Informal assent
"Right on!"
'Awright!'
"She Loves You" refrain word
Uh-huh
"___, right!"
"Is that so?"
Word repeated twice in a Beatles refrain
"___, right!" ("I bet!")
One-third of a Beatles refrain
"Uh-huh"
I guess so
Uh-huh
Slangy OK
Informal assent
"I guess that's true"
"Good going!"
Slangy affirmative
"All right!"
Word repeated twice in a Beatles refrain
Word repeated twice in a Beatles refrain
"She Loves You" word
"You got that right!"
Triumphant cry
"All right!"
Beatles refrain
"Awright!"
"Uh huh!"
Triumphant shout
"Uh-huh!"
"Okay"
"___, right!"
"She Loves You" word
"She Loves You" shout
Opposite of 41-Down
Positive reply
"You bet"
"Right on!"
Slangy assent
"You bet!"
"She Loves You" refrain word
For sure
"No question!"
Word repeated in "She Loves You"
Informal okay
Okey-dokey
Word in "She Loves You"
Part of a Beatles refrain
"___, right"
Sure!
Bit of a Beatles refrain
Slangy "sure!"
"___, right!"
"___, right"
"You bet!"
Un-huh
All right!
"You talkin' to me?"
"Sure!"
Slangy okay
Informal agreement
Uh-huh
Slang assent
Nope's opposite
Fab Four word
Word in a Beatles refrain
Slangy agreement
Informal assent
Okay
Opposite of 52 Down
Relative of yep
Relative of okeh
Affirmative of a sort
"Oh ___"
Oh ___?
Relative of uh-huh
Uh-huh.
Slangy acquiescence.
Slangy reply.
Slangy affirmative.
Colloquial form of 63 Down.
Slangy assent.
Informal affirmative.
Affirmative: Slang.
A substitute for okay.
Informal affirmative answer.
"Damn right!"
"Damn straight"
"I heard that one already"
"I know"
"What is it?"
Informal affirmative
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