Yawn ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Yawn ( verb )

To open one's mouth wide and inhale deeply due to tiredness or boredom.

Origin:

Middle english yanen, from old english gægan, of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. The baby let out a big yawn and then went back to sleep.
  2. He yawned and stretched his arms, trying to wake up.
  3. She couldn't help but yawn during the long lecture.
  4. The dog let out a loud yawn before lying down.
  5. The audience let out a collective yawn during the slow performance.

(As a noun)

Yawn ( noun )

To open one's mouth wide and inhale deeply due to tiredness or boredom.

Origin:

Middle english yanen, from old english gægan, of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. The baby let out a big yawn and then went back to sleep.
  2. He yawned and stretched his arms, trying to wake up.
  3. She couldn't help but yawn during the long lecture.
  4. The dog let out a loud yawn before lying down.
  5. The audience let out a collective yawn during the slow performance.
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