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 Ü 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 couldn’t help but smile with how much of what you said I agreed with *smile*