Definition of 'smiley'
Example sentences containing 'smiley'
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He sleeps well and is very happy and smiley. The Sun (2013)They hold lanterns and look smiley and enthusiastic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The sign also featured a smiley face. The Sun (2015)Mine was beige with a smiley face on the pocket. The Sun (2014)Are they texting smiley faces to each other? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was very happy and smiley. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Don't forget to keep a special bit of red pepper to make a smiley mouth! The Sun (2012)You have to present a happy, smiley face. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The receptionist was cheerful and smiley: all the staff were the same. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The future is bright and it's got a smiley face. The Sun (2012)It's vital in this game to have a smiley face. The Sun (2013)They look smiley and solid. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is a smiley person. The Sun (2016)Nowadays, women are pounded from all sides by images in the media and advertising of gorgeously pregnant women and happy smiley families. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A smiley face and flexed bicep, surely. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I've now got a shelf at home with all these awards with a classic smiley mouth on them. The Sun (2011)I think she is the best because when my class get 15 smiley faces she gives us a prize! Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has that smiley, cheerful, happy attitude. Times, Sunday Times (2014)On its website, one of the firm's balloons has a yellow smiley face with sunglasses on. The Sun (2016)Happily there was another recommended tip trick that the waiter didn't pull: drawing a smiley face on the bill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She was also snapped in a T-shirt with huge smiley faces on the shoulders, with her dog all dressed up too. The Sun (2010)I am usually happy and smiley but I feel really tearful and cry over the smallest thing. The Sun (2010)
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Used Rarely. smiley is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'smiley'
British English: smiley /ˈsmaɪlɪ/ NOUN
A smiley is a symbol used in email to show how someone is feeling. :-) is a smiley showing happiness.
- American English: smiley
- Arabic: (صُورَةُ الْوَجْهِ الْمُبْتَسِمُ (سْمَايْلِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: face sorridente
- Chinese: 笑脸
- Croatian: smajli
- Czech: smajlík
- Danish: smiley
- Dutch: smiley
- European Spanish: emoticono
- Finnish: hymiö
- French: smiley
- German: Smiley
- Greek: χαμογελαστή φατσούλα
- Italian: faccina
- Japanese: スマイリー
- Korean: 웃음 기호
- Norwegian: smiley
- Polish: uśmieszek
- European Portuguese: smiley
- Romanian: față zâmbitoare
- Russian: улыбочка
- Spanish: emoticono sonriente
- Swedish: smiley
- Thai: หน้าที่มีรอยยิ้ม
- Turkish: neşeli
- Ukrainian: смайлик
- Vietnamese: biểu tượng mặt cười
British English: smiley ADJECTIVE
A smiley person smiles a lot or is smiling.
Two smiley babies are waiting for their lunch.
Definition of smiley from the Collins English Dictionary
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