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As the conversation began to flag, the Thief yawned terribly and at the same time howled like a wolf.
As she said this she yawned tremendously, and in a moment had put on the appearance of a fearfully ugly troll.
In the thick of it he slowly raised his nose and yawned.
As for the men, it is unnecessary to say that the young ones smoked when they were not yawning, and yawned when they were not smoking.
The gulf yawned shiveringly wide at remarks like that; so, with the privilege of an elder, I declared it time for bed, and yawned off to my room.
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:
She was a healthy young woman who resented being robbed of her sleep and she yawned quite openly as she looked at Mary, who had pushed her big footstool close to the four-posted bed and was holding Colin's hand.
Yet the Shovel was practically deserted, and the Virgin, standing by the stove, yawned with uncovered mouth and said to Charley Bates:-
The psychiatrist was surprised at the number of times he yawned at the Out Patient Clinic review.