"Yes, everything's brought to such a pitch of perfection nowadays," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, with a moist and blissful yawn
. "The theater, for instance, and the entertainments...
"When a lion yawns
in the thick of a fight, you know he ain't crazy.
She then yawned
again, threw aside her book, and cast her eyes round the room in quest for some amusement; when hearing her brother mentioning a ball to Miss Bennet, she turned suddenly towards him and said:
As she said this she yawned
tremendously, and in a moment had put on the appearance of a fearfully ugly troll.
Yet the Shovel was practically deserted, and the Virgin, standing by the stove, yawned
with uncovered mouth and said to Charley Bates:-
As the conversation began to flag, the Thief yawned
terribly and at the same time howled like a wolf.
Some people can yawn
when their nervous or if they see anyone else yawing.
The captain's yawn
might have indicated lack of sleep but ended up being a part of unique memes.
As far back as 400 B.C., Hippocrates pondered the origins of the spontaneous yawn
. That is, a yawn
that occurs without the prompt of someone else's yawn
The research suggests that yawning is triggered involuntarily when you see others yawn
as it is hard-wired into our brains because of a human trait, "echophenomenon."
The psychiatrist was surprised at the number of times he yawned
at the Out Patient Clinic review.
A Everybody yawns
, especially when they're drowsy or bored.