just one word... once a day from the Owl (mood, internet and zesa dependent)
We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do ~ Mother Teresa
verb: smile; 3rd person present: smiles; past tense: smiled; past participle: smiled; gerund or present participle: smiling
form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.
"she was smiling broadly"
synonyms: grin, beam, grin like a Cheshire cat, grin from ear to ear, twinkle; informal all smiles
"Joseph looked up at her and smiled"
express (a feeling) by smiling.
"he smiled his admiration of the great stone circle"
regard favourably or indulgently.
"at first fortune smiled on him"
(especially of landscape) have a bright or pleasing aspect.
"smiling groves and terraces"
noun: smile; plural noun: smiles
a pleased, kind, or amused facial expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.
"he flashed his most winning smile"
synonyms: grin, beam
antonyms: frown, scowl
S = 1 point
M = 3 points
I = 1 point
L = 1 point
E = 1 point
Smile is worth at least 7 points in the game of scrabble.
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17 June 2016 08:02