- n. The property of being smarmy.
- n. smug self-serving earnestness
- smarmy +-ness (Wiktionary)
“There's a kind of smarminess about Gramm that I find distasteful.”
“Epluribus, I never said that smarminess and snarkiness are Jewish traits, not anything close.”
“But I'm getting to know a lot more about the devious smarminess of her opponents.”
“If he could master that Carolina drawl and Edwards 'affable smarminess, maybe he'd even earn another Academy Award nomination.”
“I never said that smarminess and snarkiness are Jewish traits, not anything close.”
“I also made no connection to smarminess/snakiness with any ethnic group.”
“You, therefore, made a connection between snarkiness/smarminess and Jewishness.”
“Ms. Coon, whose work in the ensemble of Wisconsin's American Players Theatre had already caught my eye, brings off the gratifying feat of making a big impression in a small role — I've never seen a better onstage drunk act — and Mr. Dirks plays Nick, her scheming spouse, with a discreet and freshening touch of smarminess.”
“The movie version five years later toned down the ending but still captured its sense of mayhem efficiently managed by corporate smarminess.”
“Not for Bombay the power-stained, whiskey-addled smooth smarminess of Delhi or the muted, spring-sprinkled vibrancy of Bangalore.”
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