verb. ['ˈgrɪn'] to draw back the lips and reveal the teeth, in a smile, grimace, or snarl.
Words that Rhyme with Grin
Example sentences of the word grin
1. Verb, base form
But many times, you may have to grin and bear it.
2. Noun, singular or mass
If your dog is giving you a submissive grin, he could be showing that he’s stressed.
3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
I grin and say, yes, I think we can all prefer lullabies to screaming!"
Quotes containing the word grin
1. Trains are great dirty smoky things,"said Will. "You won't like it."Tessa was unmoved. "I won't know if I like it until I try it, will I?""I've never swum naked in the Thames before, but I know I wouldn't like it.""But think how entertaining for sightseers,"said Tessa, and she saw Jem duck his head to hide the quick flash of his grin.
- Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Prince
2. In my rush, I hadn’t tied my shoelaces. Noah was now tying them for me. He looked up at me through his dark fringe of lashes and smiled. The expression on his face melted me completely. I knew I had the goofiest grin plastered on my lips, and didn’t care. “There,” he said as he finished tying the laces on my left shoe. “Now you won’t fall.”Too late.
- Michelle Hodkin, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer
3. Ash is going to kick your ass, Daemon."Daemon's grin went up a notch. "Nah, she likes my ass too much for that.
- Jennifer L. Armentrout, Obsidian
noun. ['ˈgrɪn'] a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement.
- facial expression