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Synonyms for grin

smile

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smile

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Synonyms for grin

to curve the lips upward in expressing amusement, pleasure, or happiness

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a facial expression marked by an upward curving of the lips

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Synonyms for grin

a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth

to draw back the lips and reveal the teeth, in a smile, grimace, or snarl

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Winners are grinners, as they say, and Wolves coach Tony Smith was delighted to see his men take the spoils 22-19 after being 18-0 down after half an hour.
GRINNERS Yes Scotland chief Blair Jenkins with wife Carol Sinclair at Pollokshields Burgh Hall in Glasgow POINT OF ORDER Green Party leader Patrick Harvie
Yorkshire duo, David Broad & Serious Sam Barrett bring some country-blues and Woody Guthrie songs, and the local acts Cornshed Sisters, Big Red & the Grinners, Skylark Song, Kennedy & Massamba, Gem Andrews and Shipcote & Friends fill-out a broad-based bill of fare.
SAINTS AND GRINNERS Robertson is mobbed and (right) Caley boss Butcher consoles Shinnie
Obviously Huddersfield were the winners, so they can be the grinners and we can feel sorry for ourselves.
The cheesy grinners mustn't be allowed a monopoly in determining the way of the world, otherwise we'll end up a nation of dull people with nice teeth.
cup grinners Gareth Bingham, manager david Johnosn and goal scorer Johnny Kernagahn were all smiles
GRINNERS & WINNERS Dons can reach another final but it looks like misery for Gers after last week's Raith loss, inset
GRINNERS AND LOSERS Puncheon is all smiles after his winner (left) which left Tottenham down in the mouth
BAIRN GRINNERS Taiwo parties with Bia-Bi who then loses the head, inset.
Other highlights from the afternoon were the Gem Andrews Band with their gentle alt-country, contrasting with the rocking Fickle Lilly and party good-time humour from Big Red & The Grinners.
The smirkers, the smilers, the grinners, the laugh-out-louders and the outright cacklers all add to the welter of fun as feelgood comedy goes into freefall.
SAINTS AND GRINNERS Jubilant players Lee Croft, David Wotherspoon and Stevie May, below, and boss Tommy Wright takes a pic of celebrations, inset left