How to use Yawn in a sentence

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  • Dean asked with a yawn as the night caught up with him.

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  • She pretended to stifle a yawn.

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  • Touching a hand to her mouth, she stifled a feigned yawn of boredom.

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  • If you yawn around your friends, you will quickly notice that it was contagious!

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  • I also yawn a lot when I have a migraine.

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  • The French colonel with difficulty repressed a yawn, but was polite and evidently understood Balashev's importance.

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  • If you see someone yawning, you will probably yawn.

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  • After smothering a yawn, she asked, "Did you send me that money?"

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  • He walked straight past our viewing deck and gave a huge yawn.

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  • Willard Humphries, confessed rapist, began to yawn.

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  • Cynthia capped the discussion with a yawn.

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  • The last of Bird Song's unfed guests arrived with a yawn.

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  • First line for credits a yawn does house Janice says.

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  • If you yawn around your friends, you will quickly notice that it was contagious!

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  • It happens so often that it's almost yawn inducing.

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  • Sure, the older kids may yawn, but always let the youngest in the company set the bar for how ghoulish the tales should be allowed to become.

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  • He will sniff, laugh, roar and even yawn, as he independently walks and interacts with your children with the touch of a single button.

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  • This precious baby's sweet yawn and snuggly pajamas will steal your heart!

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  • Besides, the long day had blurred both their minds to the point of uselessness and Fred punctuated every sentence with a yawn.

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  • Tears filled her eyes and she climbed out of the recliner, stretching and feigning a yawn.

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  • Any attempt by Martha at a rebuttal was met with a yawn.

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  • He picked up the pencil and word key and, stifling a yawn, began to decode the notebook.

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  • Dean rose with a yawn just as Errol Garner was replaced by Hank Snow.

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  • But you aren't interested in all that business stuff - oh yawn yawn blah blah yawn.

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  • If she responds positively to her feeding, she will let out a little burp, yawn and fall asleep.

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  • Pull faces in the loo mirror, have a big yawn or chew a pretend toffee.

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  • Mr Blair himself was seen to stifle a yawn.

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  • Mavis examines Punta Arenas's metal shepherd statue with a barely suppressed yawn.

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  • Of course he usually slept during my talk, sometimes waking up in the middle to have a great big yawn.

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  • Mavis examines Punta Arenas 's metal shepherd statue with a barely suppressed yawn.

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  • No one wants to yawn their way through a meeting and teachers frown mightily on students falling asleep in class.

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  • It's nice to have the place nearly to ourselves, even if it is only for a few days, Dean said, as he stifled a yawn.

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  • So, if you're tired of orthodox one piece swimsuits, bored with the cavalcade of bikinis, and you find traditional tankinis a fashion yawn, then you can show a little skin by purchasing an apron-style tankini!

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