63 Verbs to Use for the Word grin

His brutal face wore a grin as he looked at Kazan.

Some have seen such a grin on the face of a drowning mana sight not to be forgotten.

She had some patterns, and while they contrasted the material and the prices the door opened and a greasy, red-haired fellow gave the group a benevolent grin.

'A thousand pardons if I intrude,' he said, bowing this way and that, that he might hide a lurking grin. '

He grinned at mea slow, diabolical grin.

Such affability and charm did he display that 'Frisco Kid, popping his head up through the scuttle to call them to supper, nearly choked in his effort to suppress a grin.

She smiled a hideous grin.

If she thinks that she can squeedge those little tootsywootsies of 'ers into them boo'" The door slammed violently and left him exchanging grins with Mr. Jobson.

As they approached he turned the grin into a hypocritical smile of welcome.

" This prospect brought a grin of pure bliss to Najib's swarthy face.

"Then he steps on my foot to make me wipe the grin off'n my face.

The other men in the store showed their teeth in a sort of pitiful, snarling grin.

We had no proof of the midnight visitor, and the story of his sudden disappearance while we watched below would only provoke an unbelieving grin from Leith, and an idiotic laugh from the foolish old Professor.

"Now," said the inspector, "could you say, off-hand, which finger those bones belong to?" I smothered a grin (for I had been expecting this question), and answered: "I can say off-hand that they don't belong to any finger.

" Mr. Kybird, much against his inclinations, threw in a faint grin, and opening a drawer produced three shillings and flung them separately on the counter.

Say which?" The three looked from Gloster to the shack; from the shack to Donnegan, absently sipping his coffee; from Donnegan to George, who stood exhibiting a broad grin of anticipated delight.

There he stood, on one sound leg, with his sleeve tucked into his coat pocket and on his homely face the grin of an unwhipped, unbeatable man.

" "All right," said Buck, forcing a grin of derision, "so long, Hal." Purvis frowned at him with narrowing eyes.

He's got a million-dollar grin.

" The old man of the world, as he surveyed the boy's demeanour, could hardly help a grin at his admirable pompous simplicity, and having a shrewd notion that threats and tragic exaltations would have no effect upon the boy, said with the most good-humoured smile in the world, as he shook Pen's passive fingers gaily: "Well, Pen, my boy, tell us all about it!" Helen was delighted with the generosity of the Major's good-humour.

His face had lost the cheerful grin with which he had started out.

His face was flushed; he moved his free arm violentlyeven the Gladstone bag swung to and fro; he punctuated his sentences with sharp, angry nods of the head, insisting and protesting and insisting, while the other, saying much less, maintained his damnable stupid disdainful grin.

But, after all, since it is true that "one touch of humor makes the whole world grin," what difference does it make what that humor is; what difference why or wherefore we laugh, since somehow or other, in a sorry world, we do laugh?

We players shall scarce plead guilty to that charge, Who think a house can never be too large: Griev'd when a rant, that's worth a nation's ear, Shakes some prescrib'd Lyceum's petty sphere; And pleased to mark the grin from space to space Spread epidemic o'er a town's broad face.

He grinned at hera wicked, monkeyish grin, and threw open the door, disclosing a steep and winding stone stair.

63 Verbs to Use for the Word  grin