sardonic grin sar·don·ic grin (sär-dŏn'ĭk)
See risus caninus.
With a sardonic grin he lifted the bottle, bowed to Janet and drank the liquor neat.
He looked at her hard and long and his lips curled into a sardonic grin.
It didn't need his sardonic grin to point the satire of his words.
Polter continued standing, I could envisage his sardonic grin.
There was only one jarring note in a perfect day; when we returned to the car the chauffeur permitted himself a sardonic grin.
Kells looked on with a sardonic grin, but he had grown pale.
"That's but indifferent security," said the miser with a sardonic grin.
Already a sardonic grin was loosening the corners of his compressed lips.
“Tell me some anecdotes, some of your reminiscences of the road,” said the man, with a sardonic grin.
A sardonic grin hovered about the corners of his grim mouth.