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use "grin" in a sentence

I’m just going to grin and bear and hope it starts moderating, Natale said.

Then I can retire and I can be like Clive Woodward," said Jones with a broad grin.

Just like I'm a world-class athlete, I'm a world-class driver, he said with a grin.

He had a youthful grin and was a bit naive, but he also had an iron rebellious streak.

A shame there's no Ukraine, said one of a couple thousand spectators, flashing a sly grin.

They didn’t want to make a decision,” he said with a grin, surrounded by gleaming new cars.

William Shakespeare wrote, "Grim death, how foul and loathsome is thine image." grin

The child had a mischievous grin on his face as he hid behind the door, waiting to surprise his friends.

He gave his sudden, goblin like grin.

His face broke into a grin when he saw her coming towards him.

All the models were walking around with this forced, fake grin on their face during the fashion show.

I had so much fun on my holiday that I think I had a big grin on my face the whole week.

"We're happy to see you again," she said with a grin.

Sheila broke into a wide grin when she saw her fiancé coming up the aisle towards her.

The cat disappeared entirely, except for its grin, which hung in the air above Alice.

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