- v. present participle of grimace.
“Surely there must be some joy in grimacing all the way to the bank!”
“The celebrity-friendly inn is operating at only an "estimated 50% occupancy rate," the hotel's "grimacing" lawyer informed the local community board this week, according to Eater.”
“And frankly, if I were a model in that shoot, I'd be "grimacing" too.”
“He'll be the one grimacing through the open window and shaking his fist.”
“He was still sweating and grimacing and he was incredibly brave.”
“I could almost feel my mother looking around on the deck with an empty drink, sucking on the green olive, grimacing with bitterness but only because she had nothing else to do.”
“Emcees Edie Falco and Oliver Platt take the stage, looking mucho uncomfortable, grimacing at their own jokes as they fell flat.”
“These differentiations of tone might be lost on English-speaking audiences, but apparently native Russians know the Pushkin so well that they merely hear the prosaic inserts with grimacing indulgence.”
“So if you see my little one dancing her socks off to the high school marching band during a Mardi Gras parade, compliment her dance moves instead of grimacing at the device that gives her the freedom to be just like any other kid.”
“With my Samurai sword hidden in the garbage bag and tucked under my arm once again, I trotted home, grimacing as the soles of my feet made contact with the scorching pavement.”
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