That smiles or has a smile.
Cheerful and happy; smiling.
The action of the verb to smile.
‘Smiling takes fewer muscles than frowning.’;
(slang) Having one's throat slit from side to side.
a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement
A simplified representation of a smiling face.
smiling with happiness or optimism;
‘Come to my arms, my beamish boy!’; ‘a room of smiling faces’; ‘a round red twinkly Santa Claus’;
(Internet) A sequence of keyboard characters used to represent a happy mood, especially :) or :-) or other depiction of smiling.
(rare) An improvised street weapon consisting of a length of chain with padlocks and other heavy objects affixed to one end.
(South Africa) A roasted sheep's head.
The type of piercing of the upper frenulum (upper lip) [https://books.google.com/books?id=83sjmTPnz48C&pg=PA118&dq=scrumper+lip&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAWoVChMI9eC8jqfQxwIVlyWICh0mzw1H#v=onepage&q=scrumper%20lip&f=false]
an emoticon of a smiling face
‘he drew a smiley face’;
a symbol representing a smiling face that is used in written communication to indicate that the writer is pleased or joking.
A smiley, sometimes referred to as a smiley face, is a basic ideogram that represents a smiling face. Since the 1950s it has become part of popular culture worldwide, used either as a standalone ideogram, or as a form of communication, such as emoticons.