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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.
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.
The next day, however, as the two young ladies sate on the sofa, pretending to work, or to write letters, or to read novels, Sambo came into the room with his usual engaging grin, with a packet under his arm, and a note on a tray.
He never leaves off making queer faces, and is the delight of all the rest, who grin from ear to ear incessantly.
persisted Topsy, with another grin, that looked so goblin-like, that, if Miss Ophelia had been at all nervous, she might have fancied that she had got hold of some sooty gnome from the land of Diablerie; but Miss Ophelia was not nervous, but plain and business-like, and she said, with some sternness,
Bouncer smoked another pipe, and gave Tommy Brock a cabbage leaf cigar which was so very strong that it made Tommy Brock grin more than ever; and the smoke filled the burrow.
A grin of brilliant and perfect comprehension overspread his porringer-like face.
Noticing a stranger listening to him with a va- cant grin, he explained, stretching out his legs cyn- ically, that this queer old Hagberd, a retired coast- ing-skipper, was waiting for the return of a son of his.
As soon as she was clear of her hammock, Gagool cast one evil grin upon us, and then, leaning on a stick, hobbled off towards the face of this wall.
Give thee good den, holy father," quoth the merry Beggar with a grin.
answered Ignat, surprised at the broadening grin on his face in the mirror.
Now, shrieking and gibbering through his frothy lips, his yellow fangs bared in a mad and horrid grin, he rushed full upon Norman of Torn.
After half an hour he roused himself to take the drink, and as he felt the liquor pass warmingly through his body, his features relaxed into a slow, deliberate, yet genuine grin.
The coldness of the human heart," he said, with a grin, "will keep the creature in his present condition until I can reach home and revive him on the coals.
If a good thought passed through a man's mind, then a grin was seen in the mirror, and the sprite laughed heartily at his clever discovery.