Examples of smirk in a Sentence
She tried not to smirk when they announced the winner.
Recent Examples of smirk from the Web
Anthony sat there, smirking and chuckling with every reveal.
The next day, at a press conference about the investigation, Ukraine’s security services revealed the plot twist: Mr Babchenko himself, very much alive and smirking at his apparent resurrection.
The detective questioned them and said the girl in the back seat, Jones, smirked at the front seat passenger, Jean-Pierre, who initially provided a false name, according to charging documents.
The weapon is held next to the teen's prom date in a black suit and pink tie, who smirks at the camera.
As the audience cracked up, Comey smirked, and took another big sip of wine.
Cuomo and his allies have responded to Nixon’s candidacy in two ways: smirking at her lack of political experience and her dim electoral prospects, and attacking her for the same.
But maybe the most intriguing part of the scene is Lorca, still handcuffed behind the captain’s chair, smirking for...some reason.
Mark Bishop, longtime karaoke jockey at Max’s in Fells Point, couldn’t help but smirk nearby.
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SMIRK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of smirk for English Language Learners
: to smile in an unpleasant way because you are pleased with yourself, glad about someone else's trouble, etc.
SMIRK Defined for Kids
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