1. an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth; usually triggered by fatigue or boredom;
1. gaping open as if threatening to engulf someone or something;
2. with the mouth wide open indicating boredom or sleepiness;
3. showing lack of attention or boredom;
A yawning North-South gulf has opened up with both sides digging in.
Yawning is often contagious.
I felt so sleepy I couldn't stop yawning.
Here all seems fallen asunder, in wide - yawning dislocation.
Old Cheng who had woken was yawning . His mouth still agape he mumbled, " Is it late? "
Higgins begins half singing half yawning an air from La Fanciulla del Golden West.
I'd drawn a picture ofa yawning lion with long eyelashes.
At the dawn the lawn the yawning drowned man began to frown.
Yawning is common among runners waiting to begin a race.
And there was an unmistakable link between yawning and stretching.
Yawning ['jni ] and headache are the most common adverse reactions.
She kept yawning as a hint that she was tired.
Yawning and headache are the most common adverse reactions.
Whenever I see someone yawn, I always start yawning myself.
You are yawning. Could it be that you are sleepy?
There is relatively little information about yawning, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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