Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The Irishman held his between his fingers and smirked a little toward the floor.

He smirked in a self-deprecating way, and pulled his hat-brim down in front.

For somewhat too broadly had Bell smirked his sanctity on me.

Castrillon smirked and put his hand, half instinctively, to his breast-pocket.

He strutted, posed, and smirked in a way highly offensive to the other men.

He smirked and made a face at the parakeet who did its best to smirk back.

"You're a good, kind gentleman," she smirked, cheered at the idea of unlimited gin.

"We would all be the better of a little drope," smirked the Deacon.

The sleek creature had only salaamed, and smirked deprecatingly.

Grinnel closed the door of the minute cabin and smirked at him.