- smirk + -y (Wiktionary)
“The brilliant Camille Paglia (who has the gift of becoming more and not less interesting with age) pointed out in Salon that Obama's "smirky" smearers have been busying themselves so assiduously with Rush Limbaugh that they forgot they have a second job: helping America's chief executive govern the country.”
“Bush found a way to piss me off even in a charitable moment by the smirky way he said “Just send your cash”.”
“I noticed that the smirky, winky demeanor was exactly the same demeanor he had before he went on the air (it was in Fahrenheit 9/11) to announce war.”
“Franco came off like that lacrosse boy you wish your daughter didn't hang out with so much, sort of heavy-lidded and smirky and ...”
“Reality is biting these people in the ass, and they have no choice but to fight back with racist slurs, innuendo, McCarthyite claims and third-grade-level smirky jokes.”
“Now there was a pair – the first a diplomat sharing American good will overseas by hurling in the lap of the Japanese premier, the second destroying our image, incapable of speaking in extended sentences – he of the smirky grin, and lying to chase oil in the Middle East and to restore his Daddy's besmirked reputation.”
“One work deadline turned into three, I received an urgent message from Jacob's school to have a meeting about his smirky, end-of-fifth-grade-attitude towards a kid who was bugging the bits out of him, and while making school lunches that morning, I felt like I was in the tilt-a-whirl at Disneyworld.”
“Those weedy boll weevils and the smirky lizards are witnesses to her behavior.”
“And so, I want to have its action-y, smirky-ey babies pronto!!!”
“Sure, I know it's part of the genre, but Harlem's youthful rowdiness, lyrical simplicity and rough delivery seem like they could have (and should have) come from a bunch of teenage rock fans in a basement -- not a couple of smirky grown men.”
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