grinned, past tense; grinned, past participle; grins, 3rd person singular present; grinning, present participle;
Smile broadly, esp. in an unrestrained manner and with the mouth open
Dennis appeared, grinning cheerfully
Express with a broad smile
Grimace or appear to grimace grotesquely in a way that reveals the teeth
a grinning skull
A broad smile
“OK,” he said with a grin
smile: a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement
to draw back the lips and reveal the teeth, in a smile, grimace, or snarl
Grin is the fifth and most recent studio album by the Swiss thrash metal band Coroner, and was followed by their self-titled compilation album, Coroner. ...
Nils Lofgren (born Nils Hilmer Lofgren, June 21, 1951, Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American rock music singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. ...
GRIN was a video game developer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded by Bo and Ulf Andersson in 1997, GRIN has worked on numerous titles for the PC, consoles and arcade.
Grin is a 1971 album by Grin, featuring songs by their guitarist Nils Lofgren. As well as being an album in its own right, this was released by CBS in the UK as part of a 1976 double album set along with its successor 1+1.
(Grinning) A smile is a facial expression formed by flexing the muscles near both ends of the mouth . The smile can also be found around the eyes (See 'Duchenne smile' below). ...
(GRINS) Gram Vaani is a social development organization based in India, building open-source technologies for community media in rural areas. ...
Grins is a municipality in the Landeck district and is located 3.70 km west of Landeck as well as 18 km east of Sankt Anton am Arlberg. The village has 10 parts. ...
(Grinning) A condition that occurs when the carpet backing shows through the carpet pile.
(Grinning) A painting fault where paint has been applied too thinly over darker surfaces, the surface below may show or grin through.
(Grinning) A seam that has gaps where threads can be seen or the seam can be seen through is said to be grinning. A seam that grins is weakly stitched, and dirt can get into the seam to fray and weaken the threads.
(Grinning) Chuck Norris was once attacked by a crocodile at Disney Land, Paris, on two separate occasions. Because he had an ice cream in each hand plus random women dry humping his legs, he was almost defenceless, but was able to grin the crocodile into submission. ...
(Grinning) The underlying substrate shows through the most recently applied coating. This can happen with an opaque coating, or with a woodstain system if the existing coating/timber and the top coat differ greatly in colour.
Abbreviation for gradient index. Generally refers to the SELFOC lens often used in fiber optics.
NM any cereal, esp. wheat or corn (S) a ~s grainy, granular [grain]