grin: smile broadly, especially in an unrestrained manner and with the mouth open.
grimace: an ugly, twisted expression on a person’s face, typically expressing disgust, pain, or wry amusement.
frown: form an expression of disapproval, displeasure, or concentration, typically by turning down the corners of the mouth.
ruddy: (of a person’s face) having a healthy red color.
snarl: A snarl is a sound, often a growl or vicious utterance, often accompanied by a facial expression, where the upper lip is raised, and the nostrils widen, generally indicating hate, anger or pain
yawn: involuntarily open one’s mouth wide and inhale deeply due to tiredness or boredom.
smirk:smile in an irritatingly smug, conceited, or silly way.
simper: smile in an affectedly coy or ingratiating manner.
sneer: a contemptuous or mocking smile, remark, or tone.
leer:look or gaze in an unpleasant, malicious, or lascivious way.
guffaw:laugh in a loud or boisterous way. “both men guffawed at the remark”
stony: made of or resembling stone. “stony steps”; not having or showing feeling or sympathy. “Lorenzo’s hard, stony eyes”
Phrases with Smile, Cry, Laugh
smile from ear to ear: to smile happily
brimming with smile: full of some kind of happy behavior. The volunteer workers were brimming with goodwill. The smiling children were brimming with joy.
cry wolf: call for help when it is not needed, with the effect that one is not believed when one really does need help.
cry baby: a person, especially a child, who sheds tears frequently or readily.
be a far cry from: be very different from.
cry over spilled milk: there’s no point to being upset over something that has already happened and cannot be changed
cry foul: protest strongly about a real or imagined wrong or injustice. “deprived of the crushing victory it was confidently expecting, the party cried foul”
laughing stock: a person subjected to general mockery or ridicule.
have the last laugh: be finally vindicated, thus confounding earlier skepticism.
laughed out of court: Dismiss with ridicule or scorn, as in When he told them the old car could be repaired, they laughed him out of court.
no laughing matter: something serious that should not be joked about.
laughter is the best medicine: Humor is good for the health
crack a joke: to say something funny; to tell a joke