Mrs. Mitchell had smiley eyes and a knowing look...their smiley, frank, infectious demeanour
It's got great rooms and smiley staffTwo very smiley babies are waiting for their lunchIt's difficult to believe that someone so smiley could sing songs so nightmarish
2[+badge, symbol, email]smiley
The slogans, peace symbols and smiley badges are still aroundI spot the acid-house Smiley symbol on his knee-padE-mail addicts have invented a range of smiley symbols, which function as a kind of emotional shorthand. The smileys are formed from punctuation marks, and read by turning your head to one side
(in email etc)smiley (m)
The basic smiley does not, incidentally, mean "I'm happy". When appended to a sentence it means "I'm kidding"
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