Definitions

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  • adv. In a toothy manner.

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Examples

  • Marty blushed and smiled toothily, and after a moment of contemplation, he said, Okay.

    Talking Heads « A Fly in Amber

  • Stylized 4-foot-high marionettes that were crafted in Prague by the carver Jakub Krejčí for "Golem" include a cart containing an apple seller's arms and toothily grinning head, a student with sacred pages in his scarlet chest that revolve as the rabbi reads, and another with a sea-green violin-shaped torso in the tale the students represent fire and water.

    Golem Comes to Life

  •   So, you scurry away and you keep your head down because neither that thin veneer of civility nor the toothily salacious smile can quite manage to fool you.

    Beast

  • He smiled toothily, still trying to yank his cloak away from the archer's other dirty hand.

    Father Swarat

  • Arvid grimaced, then smiled toothily into the camera.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • The dog grinned toothily and blinked at the men with bright eyes.

    Politics 101

  • During one post-debate event, Donna Brazile figuratively wiped the floor with Dobbs, chastising him and telling him he "wasn't her beau," which left Dobbs crimson and toothily bemused.

    Linda Milazzo: Ted Turner Would Fire Lou Dobbs

  • And Cicereau finally pictured wearing a fedora in black-and-white images, grinning toothily next to heavyset guys in wide-lapelled pin-stripped suits.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Merrih saw there was a Piri standing there, grinning toothily, clearly pleased with himself.

    Darkness of the Light

  • The link is to Rosenthal's website, where we see pictures of him smiling toothily next to Donald Trump, Tommy Hilfiger, and Kathie Lee Gifford.

    Archive 2007-01-01

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