yawny

yawny

(ˈjɔːnɪ)
adj, -nier or -niest
1. characterized by yawning
2. causing a yawn; boring
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And it's so much more sociable and interesting than a yawny pizza or a big old burger.
If asked to inhale through their most exaggeratedly open-throated sensation, most people will make a yawny /a/, which upon inhalation will be accompanied by a moderately loud turbulent noise and cooling in the laryngopharynx (perceptual throat).
It seems improbable, yet the question of when he'll retire draws the same yawny vexation as the question elicits from Hannon & Son - he'll go on until he stops, basically.
The desserts were yawny - carrot cake, ice cream, cheesecake, sticky toffee pud.
And then this morning I'm dragged out of bed before I'm ready, still a bit yawny, the boss is really snippy with me, and he gives me the once-over and says I can't go.