Finally we shall merge as one in the Cosmic Beloved; our smiles shall be His smile, our unified song of joy vibrating throughout eternity to be broadcast to God-tuned souls!"
What is a smile with one becomes a smirk with another.
She stooped down quick at the foot of the bed and give me a pull, and out I come; and when he turned back from the window there she stood, a-beaming and a-smiling like a house afire, and I standing pretty meek and sweaty alongside.
About the straight smile was a wider, more triumphant quality.
Her smile became a grimace.
In vain were the well-meant condescensions of Sir Thomas, and all the officious prognostications of Mrs. Norris that she would be a good girl; in vain did Lady Bertram smile and make her sit on the sofa with herself and pug, and vain was even the sight of a gooseberry tart towards giving her comfort; she could scarcely swallow two mouthfuls before tears interrupted her, and sleep seeming to be her likeliest friend, she was taken to finish her sorrows in bed.
When the psalm sings instead of the singer, When the script preaches instead of the preacher, When the pulpit descends and goes instead of the carver that carved the supporting desk, When I can touch the body of books by night or by day, and when they touch my body back again, When a university course convinces like a slumbering woman and child convince, When the minted gold in the vault smiles like the night-watchman's daughter, When warrantee deeds loafe in chairs opposite and are my friendly companions, I intend to reach them my hand, and make as much of them as I do of men and women like you.
Even a smile that never comes off, great lubricator that it undeniably is, is not sufficient foundation for a "till-death-do-us-part" contract.
It does not seem to have occurred to any telco official that the hackers accused would demand a day in court; that journalists would smile upon the hackers as “good copy;” that wealthy high-tech entrepreneurs would offer moral and financial support to crackdown victims; that constitutional lawyers would show up with briefcases, frowning mightily.
Only in the deepest silence of night the stars smile and whisper among themselves--'Vain is this seeking!
As the screen filled with names and the games they could be found in, he smiled to himself.
How many have noticed that Southern women always bow with the grace of a flower bending in the breeze and a smile like sudden sunshine?
But no matter what she says or whether anything at all, she takes your hand with a firm pressure and her smile is really a smile of welcome, not a mechanical exercise of the facial muscles.
Her eyes, her color, her smiles were radiance itself; her mobile lips curved over teeth as white and gleaming as crystalled snow.
Some one who walks like Pauline Frederick and smiles like Mary Pickford.
Wall, es I stood thar, erwatchin' like I'd seen er fairy, she smiles--yo' know thet smile of her'n, like a rainbow breakin' fer er minute through the rain, an' then fadin' erway slow?
This, little Smiles, is the longest letter I ever wrote to anybody, I think.
But it seems to me that a smile--at least one like yours--isn't so much the visible expression of joy, as it is a symbol of cheer for others ... like a rainbow.
In half a minute Mrs. Cratchit entered—flushed, but smiling proudly—with the pudding, like a speckled cannon-ball, so hard and firm, blazing in half of half-a-quartern of ignited brandy, and bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top.
Her smile was hardened plastic. “
He smiled-a genuine smile, not a dangerous leer, like Tonk Fah. "
It is popularly and correctly held that the smile is the weapon of the silent.
A crooked smile, like a Malay crease, writhed across the face of one of the women. "