smirk at

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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He will continue to smirk at us all, while living in his upper class bubble.
I have never known anyone smirk at a football match.
But he sang warmly and expressively, and his enigmatic smirk at the opera's conclusion left a lasting impression.
Which white supremacist would not smirk at the claim that he has no free will, that God has determined whether he is truly God--and that he does evil when he thinks he is doing good?
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.
There is a small arb on each horse with Cantor Sport, but selling Smirk at 12 with Spreadex looks the best value option.
Miserable weather has also been in favour of Putra Pekan, fourth to Tough Speed and Smirk at York and a winner after a rainy night on the July course in the summer.
As they say with a smirk at the Brooklyn Museum, "dung happens.