[ US /ˈsɪmpɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪmpɐ/ ]
  1. smile affectedly or derisively
  1. a silly self-conscious smile
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How To Use simper In A Sentence

  • Obviously, she hadn't been watching the aristocrats around her with their barely formed simpers.
  • Perhaps if I simper and pout and let you call me Chastity, it will be easier for you? TREASON KEEP
  • However, don't think Queen Mary 2 is another clone for the lumbering, simpering, overblown jolly boats wallowing and waddling around the world's sunshine destinations.
  • I dislike being treated like I was a wee wifie of no intelligence and less consequence, and I stopped being the simpering type when I was about five. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Please, young women, smile or simper or smirk or grin, glower or glare, or just mope about if you like, but for the love of God, please put away the duck face.
  • A single strand of simple, unsophisticated smoke smoldered silently upward; spiraling simperingly into a sunlit bed of stagnant smog.
  • You will never get a simper or a giggle out of her unless she is being satirical.
  • Its shocked expression looks more like a simper as it sits on Brewer's shoulder, perfectly arranged to look like it's creeping up from behind.
  • Agnes widened her eyes as the simper froze in her mouth and remembered that she still had a friend named Tyson.
  • Thank you doctor," said the nurse with a simper.
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