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smirk at someone or something

to smile in a smug or sneering way at someone or something. Why are you smirking at me like that? Jane looked at the report and smirked at it.
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Desert Deer stays on strongly for an all-the-way victory over Smirk
As she fidgeted in frustration, Iglanced at thewoman with my most annoying smirk and decided that I would pay by credit card instead.
Kevin Darley, who had been expected to partner Smirk on Saturday, now switches to the John Hills-trained Broadway Score.
Bring it on, is the subtext of every Coulter utterance and smirk, you're only helping me out.
To change the subject, I launch into my theory of the smirk as a contra-indicato r of the hilarity factor with particular reference to the work of Billy Connolly.
Smirk, winner of the valuable William Hill Mile at Goodwood last August, will have his first start on US soil tonight when tackling the
But lyricist Bernie Taupin has been wiping that smirk off Elton John's face for going on four decades now.
For those who smirk at the idea of a fashion photographer as politico, consider that Bourdin's first experiences behind the lens took place during his stint as an army photographer in Dakar, Senegal, where he moved in a circle of pro-independence Senegalese intellectuals.
Additionally, the cat can be found on the comics pages of 2,600 newspapers around the world; on his syndicated TV show, "Garfield and Friends;" and on a plethora of products displaying his celebrated smirk.
She's always making snide comments at me, too, and she has this smirk on her face whenever I talk.
SMIRK, one of two horses Michael Tabor has with David Elsworth, returned the smile to the trainer's face at full beam when coming out on top in a four-way photo for the pounds 100,000 William Hill Mile, writes Rodney Masters.
WELL-FANCIED Smirk could bring a smile of joy to punters trying to pick the winner of the big handicap at Newmarket tomorrow.
You smile with only one side of your mouth, so it comes across as a smirk -- especially on camera.
More recently viewers were treated to ``Married With Children'' cynicism - sit-com sleaze with a smirk.
CALCUTTA won his third decent prize of the summer when beating Smirk by half a length in the pounds 40,000-added ladbrokes.