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Synonyms for simper

smile coyly

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  • smile coyly
  • smirk
  • smile self-consciously
  • smile affectedly

Synonyms for simper

to smile in an affected, knowing way

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an affected, knowing smile

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Synonyms for simper

a silly self-conscious smile

smile affectedly or derisively

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Carolyn Simpers (United States), e-mail: SimpersC@mtmc.
I think girls should be allowed to wear skimpy clothes," she simpers.
He simpers and looks longingly in the direction of Miranda, but too often the psychological thriller descends into a shouting match instead of a war of words.
Stuart Hall simpers that he is being persecuted because of a post-Jimmy Savile witch hunt, "a vendetta going on against people in the public eye".
Almightily attitudinal Bingham announces, ``I think I'm the most realest celebrity that you'll ever meet,'' then refuses to use the bathtub because she doesn't like its color: ``I was expecting more of what we're accustomed to,'' she simpers.
I think more of the little kids from a school in a little village in the Niger," simpers Christine, who gets pounds 350,000 a year from the IMF - tax-free
LOOKING like a schoolgirl with her first crush, Lindsay Lohan giggles and simpers with girlfriend Samantha Ronson on the set of new movie Labor Pains.
I don't want a face that simpers harmlessly like this.
She offends her hosts by getting their nationalities mixed up, simpers behind slides of her youngest child and charges a reported pounds 100,000 for her tour of Down Under, where locals complain that her book events are dressed up as charity fundraisers.
Posh-boy Simpers has insisted on two months off at the beginning of next year to work with Fightstar.
But according to sources close to Simpers, he's not happy with his pop band image and wants to be seen as a more serious rock musician.
When she did stop she wound down the window and tried one of those 'let me away with it' simpers.
OK, I have no excuse for the "let me get away with it" look, but it was not a simper - it was a failed flirtatious gesture.
Nice place, great crowds, wonderful tradition, he simpers.