grin


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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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All right,' said the Cat; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.
I've often seen a cat without a grin,' thought Alice;
The snores were almost apoplectic; but the grin was not quite so big.
and "A little bit of this pie, Mr Moore; Jane made it," and Jerry sitting there with a feeble grin, saying "Yes" and "No" and nothing much more, while Miss Jane's eyes are snapping like Fifth of November fireworks.
She wants Reckless Rudolf, not a man who stands and grins when other men butt in on him and his girl.
Here Gagool was waiting for us, still with that evil grin upon her horrid face.
Then the grin died away, and his face grew bleak and serious.
It always caused him to grin a trifle when he looked at these strange creatures.
The grin of derision faded from Tarzan's lips as the pain and the hot blood aroused his fighting instincts.
Ay, ay, you need not mention it, I protest: we understand what that fate is very well," cries Dowling, with a most facetious grin.
Pulled it off," said Chunk with Elysium in his grin.
It seemed as though his features had frozen into a diabolical grin at the world he had left and outwitted.
The Jew thrust his head out of the room door when Sikes had left it; looked after him as we walked up the dark passage; shook his clenched fist; muttered a deep curse; and then, with a horrible grin, reseated himself at the table; where he was soon deeply absorbed in the interesting pages of the Hue-and-Cry.
exclaimed the old man with a grin, as he stood in the middle of the road with the gate half-closed, watching the chaise which rapidly diminished in the increasing distance.
With his head sunk down between his shoulders, and a hideous grin over-spreading his face, the dwarf stood up and stretched his short arm across the table.