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(1) Wipe that smirk off your face!
(2) She had a selfsatisfied smirk on her face.
(3) The boys tried not to smirk.
(4) He made no attempt to conceal his smirk.
(5) It was hard not to smirk.
(6) "Comfortable?" he asked with a smirk.
(7) He had a self-satisfied smirk on his face.
(8) She gave a knowing smirk.
(9) A smirk flickered at the corner of his mouth as he watched my struggle.
(10) He saw the smirk on Donald's glassy face.
(11) The smirk spread into a smile.
(12) As he reviewed the figures a slight smirk crept over his face.
(13) Hebden's smile widened to a smirk with the relief of victory: the superintendent was about to leave.
(14) Tundrish leered back - a smirk generally twisted his spider tattoo into a predatory posture.
(15) Reyes tells the story, now with a smirk, of constant batterings by admissions officers because of the standardized tests.
(16) But a shifty, rather criminal smirk, lingered in her eyes.
(17) The brazen response of some was to smirk, for beating the system-any system-was a legitimate aspiration.
(18) To smirk or laugh in contempt or derision.
(19) I'll smack that smirk off your face, punk!
(20) He said, with something of a smirk.
(21) Compare smirk, sneer, frown, scowl and grimace. Sentencedict.com
(22) "Maybe your husband does things that you don't know about, " he said with a smirk.
(23) "I told you it would end in disaster, " said Polly with a self-satisfied smirk on her face.
(24) I know what profession she's in, and no wonder that taxi driver was giving me the big smirk.
(25) Our more skeptical age is apt to greet a performance like this with a smirk, as just more fussy Victorian moralism.
(26) But she sees him suppress what could only be a smirk at her very mention of a dybbuk.
(27) So instead of being outraged, one is left with a resigned smirk.
(28) Mr Spitzer, asked recently about his guns - blazing style, replied with a smirk, That wasn't guns going.
(29) She knew Ken hated being babied but persisted after a quick glance at Joe's smirk.
(30) Toad began to sit up in his chair again, and to smirk a little.