smirk


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Synonyms for smirk

give a smug look

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Synonyms for smirk

to smile in an affected, knowing way

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an affected, knowing smile

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a smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure

smile affectedly or derisively

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When Desert Deer straightened for home some five lengths clear he was never going to be caught, and he passed the post two and a half lengths clear of Smirk, who was arguably lucky to beat Reel Buddy for second.
But despite finding that Smirk had caused interference, no riding offence was found to have taken place and the placings were allowed to stand.
I deployed my most infuriating smirk just the other day with the intention of annoying the hell out of a woman in a supermarket queue.
Well, I have a rolling bet with a bloke at work, and oh to wipe the smirk off his face.
Somebody finally figured out that Arnold needs to govern without a smirk, and he needs to govern as the centrist he actually is.
A total of 26 horses have been allotted more weight than Adiemus on Saturday, and only two of those - top weight Smirk and the David Nicholls-trained Jabaar - were yesterday considered likely non-runners by their connections.
Put them over the knee, paddle their fannies, tell them to wipe that smirk off their face and to speak up only when they've learned something about the world.
Add a smirk and a chuckle, and you've got quintessential Paul Lynde, returning to the air-waves on the Game Show Network in classic 1970s episodes of The Hollywood Squares.
Bush still looks like a smirk after 9/11 and is all the scarier for it.
Smirk was in the lead at this point, but it just looked a question of time when Fenton pressed the button and so it proved as I Cried For You went away to win from 7-1 co-favourite Halland and 40-1 chance Duck Row, with Smirk holding on to fourth.
The only difference is that whereas before our arrogance only merited a British tut tut, a French eye roll, or a Serbian smirk, now there is open guffawing.
So can there be a more fitting memorial to the PP than what we have been looking at all week - the smirk on the face of one of her worthless lovers.
But whatever I think about Connolly's talent, I never thought he would sink to the smirk.
Known best for the his trademark smirk and the "testosterone laced blockbusters" which catapulted his career into superstardom, Bravo Profiles Bruce Willis's eclectic career and his driven desire to constantly redefine himself and be taken seriously as a dramatic actor.
But he sang warmly and expressively, and his enigmatic smirk at the opera's conclusion left a lasting impression.