subrident

adjective sub·ri·dent \¦sə¦brīdənt\

Definition of subrident

  1. :  wearing or offered with a smile a subrident answer

subridently

adverb

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Origin and Etymology of subrident

Latin subrident-, subridens, present participle of subridēre to smile, from sub- + ridēre to laugh — more at ridiculous


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