verb. ['ˈsmɝːk'] smile affectedly or derisively.
Rhymes with Smirk
Sentences with smirk
1. Noun, singular or mass
Make the line small for a bunny smirk or wide for a big rabbit smile.
Return to the smirk position.
Quotes about smirk
1. After climbing off his bike, I smacked his shoulder. “Did you forget I was with you? Are you trying to get me killed?”“It’s hard to forget you’re behind me when your thighs are squeezing the life out of me.” A smirk came with his next thought. “I couldn’t think of a better way to die, actually.”“There is something very wrong with you.
- Jamie McGuire, Beautiful Disaster
2. Earth Smile The lip of the mountain smiles ochrewhen the drumming raindrops take root.Pigments from yellow to deep orange to brown,form crowns of light, mirrors reflecting fire ~the ire in the earth, the smirk of the dirt.
- Beryl Dov
noun. ['ˈsmɝːk'] a smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure.