He did a news interview today where he seemed so smug and said he only wanted to talk about issues.
At first, Tywin tried to dismiss her with another one of his “smug stories.”
If there was ever a doubt of the need for leadership, a smug Senator Slasher proved it so.
“Krohn was smug, condescending, and obviously completely ignorant of what he was saying,” the attendee said.
Then they stood in front of the chalkboard, smug and self-satisfied.
It was then that the chiens de faience, which the smug Paris suburbanite of to-day so loves, were born.
At school, he is a "smug" or a "swat," while the Red-blood is captain of the Eleven.
That condition we neither expect nor hope to see exchanged for smug fields with a network of railways.
But the gas balloon suited the smug character of the German.
A fat, smug undertaker was commissioned to arrange all the details.
1550s, "trim, neat, spruce, smart," possibly an alteration of Low German smuk "trim, neat," from Middle Low German smücken "to adorn" (originally "to dress," secondary sense of words meaning "to creep or slip into"), from the same source as smock. The meaning "having a self-satisfied air" is from 1701, an extension of the sense of "smooth, sleek" (1580s), which was commonly used of attractive women and girls. Related: Smugly; smugness.