emoticon

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  • noun

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a representation of a facial expression (as a smile or frown) created by typing a sequence of characters in sending email

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Now the excitement of every match can be shared through 25 fun emoticons.
The Moonslimes offer funny situations and, in the emoticons developed for the application, can be found from doing common activities such as laughing or sleeping, to more funny ones, such as drinking a beer or making a craziness gesture.
So yes, emoticons have become common place across the messaging board.
As a result, he added, "the language of communication has changed" and emoticons have "gone into the mass culture.
The app also enables users to send different kimojis including kiss and hug emoticons.
This inclination toward positive emotional response is confirmed for the use of emoticons in computer-mediated communication by Derks (2007).
I'm adding emoticons to my list of very important inventions.
In private messages from your phone, you can now add emoticons -- those smiley faces, hearts and other images that some love and some loathe.
App BBM VOICE UPDATE the awesome instant messenger to make FREE voice calls to your contacts over wifi and get plenty of new emoticons.
Cheryl, 28, has really taken to Twitter, despite discovering it doesn't use emoticons.
I hear Cheryl, 28, has really taken to Twitter, despite discovering it doesn't use emoticons.
The player status structure allows the site to thank its most loyal players with extra privileges such as mystery bonuses, avatars and emoticons.
Depending on your perspective, emoticons may be one of the most charming aspects of online communication or one of the most annoying.
Featuring the signature smiley face amongst other emoticons, the Splash Autumn/Winter collection brings to your wardrobe many more reasons to smile.
The solution especially targeted to enable firms capture vital information from social media, plus e-mail and IMs by extracting sentiment from emoticons and slang terms that people often use in that channel to describe their views toward a product or service.