smirk

[n] - a smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure 2. [v] - smile affectedly or derisively
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Smirk

Smirk intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Smirked ; present participle & verbal noun Smirking .] [ Middle English smirken , ASS. smercian , smearcian ; confer Middle High German smieren , smie...
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Smirk

Smirk noun A forced or affected smile; a simper. « The bride, all smirk and blush, had just entered.» Sir W. Scott.
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Smirk

Smirk adjective Nice,; smart; spruce; affected; simpering. 'So smirk , so smooth.' Spenser.
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smirk

noun a smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure
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Smirk

• (v. i.) To smile in an affected or conceited manner; to smile with affected complaisance; to simper. • (a.) Nice,; smart; spruce; affected; simpering. • (n.) A forced or affected smile; a simper.
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Smirk

A smirk is a smile evoking insolence, scorn, or offensive smugness, falling into the category of what Desmond Morris described as Deformed-Compliments Signals. A smirk may also be an affected, ingratiating smile, as in Mr Bennet`s description of Mr Wickham as making smirking love to all his new in-laws. ==Etymology== The term has been derived fro....
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