A facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth while showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety. (noun)
or (intransitive) To have a smile on one's face (verb)
Examples of word smile
Tomorrow imma smile and be happy Ãœ and imma talk to mary who will also be alone for Valentines Day Imma be on the phone wif her just talking so that we wont be alone * smile* I miss Mary although she seemed like a bad friend but I realize that she needed a friend too I miss her so much and I miss Sergio too. .aww I wanna go back ...
Alas, I have no dowry to give you, save the blessing of your dear old -- your dear fond, _fond_ father, _ (kisses her forehead) _ But only obey me in this, and Lady Fortune will smile on us all -- smile -- _smile_.
It is beautiful, feels unbelievable and just puts a big ole smile on my face * smile*
If it were possible to smile in my present mood, I think I should indulge _one smile_ at the thought of falling in love with a woman who has scarcely had education enough to enable her to write her name, who has been confined to her bed about eighteen months by a rheumatism contracted by too assiduous application to the wash-tub, and who often boasts that she was born, not above forty-five years ago, in an upper story of the mansion at Mount
And, of course, I couldnâ€™t help but smile with how much of what you said I agreed with *smile*