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smile

obsolete slang A serving of liquor, especially whiskey. Primarily heard in US. What'll you have to drink, Tom? How about a little smile? The cowboy sauntered up to the counter and told the barkeep he would take a smile.

smiler

slang A mixture of beer with lemonade or ginger ale; shandy. We all spread out on a big blanket on the grass and spent the afternoon drinking smilers in the sunshine.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

smile

and smiler and smiley
n. a drink of liquor; liquor. Come over and join me for a smiley.

smiler

verb
See smile
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The money has been raised by people bidding for the first sheet of "Smilers" to be printed and by purchases of limited edition versions.
"Smilers" were first introduced in 2000 and in 2003 mail bosses introduced an online version allowing people to upload images.
A special set of 'smiler' stamps have been launched by the Royal Mail this week paying tribute to Wales' glorious landscapes.
Each smiler stamp, in both English and Welsh, is accompanied by a First Class Welsh Dragon stamp.
Whether the biter is a Hollywood Smiler or Sociable Biters, the key is the shape, size and dimensions of the teethmarks left behind.
Midlanders can now create their own personalised Christmas Smilers with first and second class stamps, with a photograph of their choice right alongside the stamp.
A sheet of 20 personalised Christmas Smilers stamps costs pounds 14.95 for first class and pounds 9.95 for second class.
A complex compression of a complex relationship, Nari Ward's Happy Smilers: Duty-Free Shopping, 1996, examined not only what it means for a New Yorker to visit the West Indies but what it means for a West Indian to live in New York.
"Smilers" and "Beliebers" have been stalking the web since news came out that Miley Cyrus was spotted leaving Justin Bieber's Calabasas home.
Bamforth - which publishes the cheeky cartoon cards that are a familiar sight on seafronts across the UK - applied to have 10 of its pictures printed as a customised "Smilers" sheet by the Royal Mail.