mawning

When you almost yawn but it stops at the last second.

I've been mawning for the last hour.


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  • mawning — noun morning …   Wiktionary

  • mawn — 1. verb /mɔːn/ To open the mouth widely and take a long, rather deep breath, immediately after waking up or when recovering from sleep. 2. noun /mɔːn/ a) The action of mawning; opening the mouth widely and taking a long, rather deep …   Wiktionary

  • mawn — When you almost yawn but it stops at the last second. I ve been mawning for the last hour …   Dictionary of american slang

  • good morning — /gʊd ˈmɔnɪŋ/ (say good mawning) interjection (a conventional expression used at a meeting or a parting during the morning.) …   Australian English dictionary

  • midmorning — noun /mɪdˈmɔnɪŋ/ (say mid mawning) 1. the period between breakfast and lunch. 2. a point about halfway through this period, as about 11 a.m. –adjective /ˈmɪdmɔnɪŋ/ (say midmawning) 3. of, relating to or taken at or during midmorning …   Australian English dictionary

  • morning — /ˈmɔnɪŋ / (say mawning) noun 1. the beginning of day; the dawn. 2. the first part or period of the day, extending from dawn, or from midnight, to noon. 3. the first or early period of anything. –adjective 4. of or relating to morning: the morning …   Australian English dictionary

  • morning after — /mɔnɪŋ ˈaftə/ (say mawning ahftuh) noun Colloquial the morning after a drinking bout …   Australian English dictionary

  • morning coat — /ˈmɔnɪŋ koʊt/ (say mawning koht) noun a black coat with tails, forming part of morning dress …   Australian English dictionary

  • morning dress — /ˈmɔnɪŋ drɛs/ (say mawning dres) noun formal dress used in daytime, as at weddings, etc., consisting for men typically of morning coat, light grey striped trousers, a light coloured top hat, etc …   Australian English dictionary

  • morning glory — /mɔnɪŋ ˈglɔri/ (say mawning glawree) noun (plural morning glories) 1. any of various climbing plants of the family Convolvulaceae, especially of the genus Ipomoea, cultivated for their attractive flowers but now generally considered weeds in… …   Australian English dictionary

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