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Definition of "simpering" []

  • Present participle of simper. (verb)

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Use "simpering" in a sentence
  • "Now with that kind of simpering obedience on the part of the Fourth Estate, are you really surprised that when they got to tell the story of those debates, Bush ultimately won the election?"
  • "I still say David Bamber for Varys...he could pull off "simpering" very well!"
  • "And so, the people who haven't made up their mind are maybe less impressed by Vice President Gore's debating points by the fact that off camera, he's kind of simpering, he's giggling, he's laughing, he is a-- he's not a very pleasant personality, while George Bush not as effective a debater ..."