verb (used without object)
Origin of smirk
Related formssmirk·er, nounsmirk·ing·ly, adverbun·smirk·ing, adjectiveun·smirk·ing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for smirked
Protected by the rule of double jeopardy, they smirked as they admitted their guilt to a journalist a few months later.
"I'm probably being too hard on the president," she smirked.
As you can imagine,” he smirked, “I was extraordinarily popular with the public employee unions.
He laughed, shook his head, and smirked his way to victory over Paul Ryan.In Vice Presidential Debate, Joe Biden Perfects Art of the Smirk|Lee Siegel|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When she replied that she “could not believe” the “gorgeous suite,” Cain “smirked” and said, “I upgraded you.”
Surveying the completed toilette in her glass Katrine first smirked and then sighed.An Unknown Lover|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Meeting that prolonged glance, he attributed it to his fascinating appearance, and smirked and preened consciously.The Long Dim Trail|Forrestine C. Hooker
And it twirled its tail faster than ever, and stuck out its beautiful toes, and bowed and smirked and gave her the five skeins.English Fairy Tales|Flora Annie Steel
Captain Bob was spinning around like a dislocated pair of tongs, and smirked like a happy fiend.The Orpheus C. Kerr Papers. Series 1|Robert H. Newell
But he took it as a compliment, and actually bowed and smirked, twirling his mustache and leering at me like a satyr.The Red Symbol|John Ironside