To ogle and smile amorously (used with at or after).
- Examples of word Smicker in a sentence
“You can smicker at her all you want, but her heart still belongs to someone else.”
- Did you Know?
The word “smicker” is of Scandinavian origin, hence its similarity to the Old swedish word smikra or smikkra, meaning to flatter. It also resembles the Danish word “smigre” and the Old English word “smicer” meaning handsome and elegant.
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