smile

Sad vs Smile - What's the difference?

sad | smile |


As nouns the difference between sad and smile

is that sad is grain; harvested seeds while smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

As a verb smile is

(ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

Smile vs Small - What's the difference?

smile | small |


As a noun smile

is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

As a verb smile

is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

As a proper noun small is

.

Smile vs Wink - What's the difference?

smile | wink |


As nouns the difference between smile and wink

is that smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety while wink is sign.

As a verb smile

is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

Salver vs Smile - What's the difference?

salver | smile |


As nouns the difference between salver and smile

is that salver is one who salves or cures or salver can be one who salves or saves goods, etc from destruction or loss or salver can be a tray used to display or serve food while smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

As a verb smile is

(ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

Push vs Smile - What's the difference?

push | smile |


In lang=en terms the difference between push and smile

is that push is to continue to attempt to persuade a person into a particular course of action while smile is to be propitious or favourable; to countenance.

As verbs the difference between push and smile

is that push is (intransitive) to apply a force to (an object) such that it moves away from the person or thing applying the force while smile is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

As nouns the difference between push and smile

is that push is a short, directed application of force; an act of pushing or push can be (obsolete|uk|dialect) a pustule; a pimple while smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

Smile vs Smirked - What's the difference?

smile | smirked |


As verbs the difference between smile and smirked

is that smile is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face while smirked is (smirk).

As a noun smile

is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

Smile vs Storm - What's the difference?

smile | storm |


As a noun smile

is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety.

As a verb smile

is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

As a proper noun storm is

.

Smile vs Smiles - What's the difference?

smile | smiles |


As nouns the difference between smile and smiles

is that smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety while smiles is .

As verbs the difference between smile and smiles

is that smile is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face while smiles is (smile).

Smile vs Grind - What's the difference?

smile | grind |


As nouns the difference between smile and grind

is that smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety while grind is .

As a verb smile

is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face.

Smile vs Slime - What's the difference?

smile | slime |


In lang=en terms the difference between smile and slime

is that smile is to be propitious or favourable; to countenance while slime is to coat with slime.

As nouns the difference between smile and slime

is that smile is a facial expression comprised by flexing the muscles of both ends of one's mouth, often showing the front teeth, without vocalisation, and in humans is a common involuntary or voluntary expression of happiness, pleasure, amusement or anxiety while slime is soft, moist earth or clay, having an adhesive quality; viscous mud; any substance of a dirty nature, that is moist, soft, and adhesive; bitumen; mud containing metallic ore, obtained in the preparatory dressing.

As verbs the difference between smile and slime

is that smile is (ambitransitive) to have (a smile) on one's face while slime is to coat with slime.

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