Definition of Yawn:
open mouth wide, usually sign of
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Sentence/Example of Yawn:
They passed a frowzy chambermaid, who stared at them with a yawn.
We lightly debate, we hesitate, we yawn, unconscious of the brink.
"The most agreeable house to me now is my own," I said, with a yawn, and I got up to go.
And for many a cause for which men have suffered and died, posterity has but a yawn.
It was only half-past ten when she forced a yawn and asked him to get her a taxi.
Malcolm did not seem to find the topic interesting, for he smothered a yawn.
"That's not a thing for Peer," said Ferdinand, rising and lifting his hand to hide a yawn.
“Oh, there are exceptions to that rule,” said Kate lazily, with a yawn.
“In that case, it is time for me to retire,” returned the master, with a yawn.
No matter what you did, they'd lay it to concealed wires, and yawn.