Word usage examples
Through the smirr of rain, she could see the steely ribbon of the Firth of Forth.
And, damn it again, he smirked ever so slightly as if he knew exactly what had gone through my head.
The French hotel had a bidet, which Richard explained to me with the trace of a smirk after he caught me washing my feet in it.
In the cramped, candlelit room, the Cabalist crouched over him like a smirking vulture.
She smirked at him as she seductively raised her manacled hands upward, coyly brushing her breasts, only to throw her hair over one shoulder.
She booked a room, facing out the receptionist who smirked as she handed her the key, and as she walked back to join Sasanov, Davina thought suddenly that she had no qualm of embarrassment in paying for the use of a bed for a couple of hours.
Presently, his door dilated and Tammy appeared, a smirk on her face, casually holding a slave-remote in place of the stinger.
Dietrich Schill was deputed by the Club to sound the White Rose herself on the subject of Farina, and one afternoon in the vintage season, when she sat under the hot vine-poles among maiden friends, eating ripe grapes, up sauntered Dietrich, smirking, cap in hand, with his scroll trailed behind him.
She smirked but uncertainly, holding the gerbil in front of her like a protection.
But there were those who did: Zink, Jama, and Potipher were all smirking.