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She threw her arms around Clinton intimate Vernon Jordan and happily posed for grip and grins, with Abedin acting as photographer.

Figures emerge from the chaos with child-like faces sporting big grins.

Panda-Patrice smothers sweet and sour sauce on his lips and grins at the camera.

All are soft-spoken, with slightly embarrassed grins, meant to be inviting and sincere, not a phony toothpaste smile in sight.

It showed a group of heavily armed Sandinista guerrillas huddled in the jungles of Nicaragua with big grins on their faces.

His pictures, however, were coloured by his gay mood; there were no frowning portraits, and their smiles were all broad grins.

Swarms of children everywhere, romping and laughing and showing their white teeth in broadest of grins.

The pomegranate assumed the form of a colossal sphere, the fissures became hellish grins whence escaped names and glowing cinders.

They turned their attention, with hopeful grins, to the brass weathercock on the church tower, which I did not deem worth saving.

The oarsmen in the tender were gazing upward innocently while they rowed, but he perceived that they were hiding grins.


On this page you'll find 806 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grins, such as: delight, diversion, enjoyment, hilarity, laughter, and pleasure.

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