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Smelts

smɛlt

Meanings of Smelts:

verb

Extract (metal) from its ore by a process involving heating and melting.

Usage examples:

Coal was used to smelt the steel for the tinplate
noun

A small silvery fish which lives in both marine and fresh water and is sometimes fished commercially.

Usage examples:

Larger salmon eat a variety of fishes such as herring and alewives, smelts, capelin, small mackerel…

Smew

smjuː

Meanings of Smew:

noun

A small migratory merganser (diving duck) of northern eurasia, the male of which has white plumage with a crest and fine black markings.

Usage examples:

There are birds in the garden that are rarely seen in london, such as the common sandpiper, sedge w…

Smews

smjuː

Meanings of Smews:

noun

A small migratory merganser (diving duck) of northern eurasia, the male of which has white plumage with a crest and fine black markings.

Usage examples:

There are birds in the garden that are rarely seen in london, such as the common sandpiper, sedge w…

Meanings of Smidge:

noun

Another term for smidgen.

Usage examples:

A smidge over five foot two

Meanings of Smidgen:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Smidgens

ˈsmɪdʒɪn

Meanings of Smidgens:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Smidgeon

ˈsmɪdʒɪn

Meanings of Smidgeon:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Meanings of Smidgeons:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Smidgin

ˈsmɪdʒ.ɪn

Meanings of Smidgin:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Smidgins

ˈsmɪdʒɪn

Meanings of Smidgins:

noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

Add a smidgen of cayenne

Meanings of Smilax:

noun

A widely distributed climbing shrub with hooks and tendrils. several south american species yield sarsaparilla from their roots, and some are cultivated as ornamentals.

Usage examples:

Best live greens to use are cypress, assorted evergreens and variegated holly, rosemary, smilax, wh…

Smilaxes

ˈsmʌɪlaks

Meanings of Smilaxes:

noun

A widely distributed climbing shrub with hooks and tendrils. several south american species yield sarsaparilla from their roots, and some are cultivated as ornamentals.

Usage examples:

Best live greens to use are cypress, assorted evergreens and variegated holly, rosemary, smilax, wh…

Meanings of Smile:

verb

Form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

She was smiling broadly
noun

A pleased, kind, or amused facial expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

He flashed his most winning smile

Meanings of Smile-from-ear-to-ear:

idiom

To look extremely happy

Usage examples:

"we've had a fantastic response!" he said, grinning from ear to ear.

Smiled

smaɪl

Meanings of Smiled:

verb

Form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

She was smiling broadly
noun

A pleased, kind, or amused facial expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

He flashed his most winning smile

Meanings of Smiles:

verb

Form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

She was smiling broadly
noun

A pleased, kind, or amused facial expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

He flashed his most winning smile

Meanings of Smiley:

adjective

Smiling; cheerful.

Usage examples:

He drew a smiley face
noun

A symbol representing a smiling face that is used in written communication to indicate that the writer is pleased or joking.

Usage examples:

At times, i'm sitting here, feeling morose and depressed or whatever - not feeling bright and chipp…

Meanings of Smiling:

noun

The action or fact of smiling.

Usage examples:

Smiling is still a big part of the job
adjective

Having or characterized by a smile.

Usage examples:

It's nice to see everyone's smiling faces
verb

Form one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expression, typically with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.

Usage examples:

She was smiling broadly

Smilingly

ˈsmaɪ.lɪŋ.li

Meanings of Smilingly:

adverb

If you do something smilingly, you smile as you are doing it

Usage examples:

The child smilingly handed her a drawing he'd done.

Smilodon

ˈsmɪlədɒn

Meanings of Smilodon:

noun

A large sabre-toothed cat of the pleistocene epoch.

Usage examples:

To eat meat, the smilodon had sharp and pointed teeth, which is unlike the caribous’ blunt and roun…

Meanings of Smily:

adjective

Smiling; cheerful.

Usage examples:

He drew a smiley face
noun

A symbol representing a smiling face that is used in written communication to indicate that the writer is pleased or joking.

Usage examples:

At times, i'm sitting here, feeling morose and depressed or whatever - not feeling bright and chipp…

Smirch

sməːtʃ

Meanings of Smirch:

verb

Make (something) dirty; soil.

Usage examples:

The window was smirched by heat and smoke
noun

A dirty mark or stain.

Usage examples:

Standing before a small mirror on the inside of his door, marker dipped his comb into a jar of oran…

Smirched

sməːtʃ

Meanings of Smirched:

verb

Make (something) dirty; soil.

Usage examples:

The window was smirched by heat and smoke
noun

A dirty mark or stain.

Usage examples:

Standing before a small mirror on the inside of his door, marker dipped his comb into a jar of oran…

Meanings of Smirches:

verb

Make (something) dirty; soil.

Usage examples:

The window was smirched by heat and smoke
noun

A dirty mark or stain.

Usage examples:

Standing before a small mirror on the inside of his door, marker dipped his comb into a jar of oran…

Meanings of Smirching:

verb

Make (something) dirty; soil.

Usage examples:

The window was smirched by heat and smoke
noun

A dirty mark or stain.

Usage examples:

Standing before a small mirror on the inside of his door, marker dipped his comb into a jar of oran…

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