Their smile or their smiles
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We arrived to our final destination in the series of smiling, and in this last part we're gonna focus on the different types of smiling faces we meet every day. Some estimate that we have about 50 types of different smiles - all look pretty much the same, but the context, the personality, cultural norms and small changes in the physical appearance of the grin gives it a distinct meaning. The tight lips smile is perhaps the most common form of a smiling, mainly because it's easy to fake and this is what we have in mind when we need to smile politely. So in most cases you can say it's fake - since when we are truly happy we don't afraid to show teeth. What can it mean? A lot of things - fear, shyness, politeness, reserved mindset or the masking of true emotions. Whatever the exact meaning is - it has a secretive attribute , in this cases hiding the teeth is equivalent to hiding thoughts.
The man I have seen succeed best in life have always been cheerful and hopeful man, who went about their business with a smile on their faces. I wonder if I can say "with smiles on their faces". Personally, I have a slight preference for 'a smile on their faces', but both are.
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When someone leaves in the middle of a Broadway show, it's usually not with smile on their face. So a nice customer with smile on their face is always a refreshing site to see. The migration of market share to online retail will be significant for years to come. There is another type of retailer, besides online ones, bound to end up with smiles on their faces. People are coming into training with smiles on their faces. With smiles on their faces , the two men reminisced over their first meeting.
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'smile. Send us feedback. Note: The comparative set for this Germanic etymon do not show clear descent from a single form, perhaps due to its affective character. There is no attested Old English ancestor of Middle English smilen ; a Scandinavian source has been suggested, but Danish smile "to smile" and Swedish smila, not attested before the 17th century, could be loans from an unattested Middle Low German verb. Old High German has smilenter glossing Latin subridens "smiling" , with presumed long vowel, continued by Middle High German smielen.