View definitions for smirked


verb as in leer

verb as in smile

verb as in snicker

verb as in beam

Strong match

verb as in snicker

verb as in simper

Weak match

verb as in grimace

verb as in grin

Strongest match

Strong matches


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Example Sentences

One African American officer smirked, possibly an attempt to laugh off the disturbing comments being launched in his direction.

Protected by the rule of double jeopardy, they smirked as they admitted their guilt to a journalist a few months later.

"I'm probably being too hard on the president," she smirked.

As you can imagine,” he smirked, “I was extraordinarily popular with the public employee unions.

He laughed, shook his head, and smirked his way to victory over Paul Ryan.

The sham Monsieur Guillot still smirked at the sham Louise, but the box by his side was empty.

He smirked delightfully when Vyrtl caught sight of the lozards tethered at one side.

Pot-bellied idols smirked in every corner; lion and tiger skins were spread on the floor.

He put his hand over his mouth, and smirked now at the sight of Slotman, and Slotman noticed it.

Captain Bob was spinning around like a dislocated pair of tongs, and smirked like a happy fiend.

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On this page you'll find 90 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smirked, such as: eye, eyeball, gloat, goggle, ogle, and smirk.

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