She was in the front seat, and didn't even crack a smile.
No one had cracked a smile during a single moment of the event.
No one was inside, but Will cracked a smile anyway.
He took a deep breath and almost cracked a smile.
None of the other four so much as cracked a smile.
I cracked a smile; with these guys around me, who needed family?
It was the first time all day that he had cracked a smile.
The boy finally cracked a smile, then went on with his story.
Henry, however, had not so much as cracked a smile.
He cracked a smile for the first time in hours.
He looked at the old man and gave him a little smile.
I looked around at the three young women and gave them a smile.
He looked at her, and she gave him a small smile.
He looked up at the sound of our approach and tried to give us a smile.
I gave her a big smile as she sat down.
He gave me a last smile, and I left the office.
He held out a hand and gave me a smile.
He looked down at her and gave a little smile.
She turned her head and gave me a big smile.
I gave her my best smile, and got a much better one in trade.
She even may smile at you from across the room!
And I always had to smile at him in public.
He looked up from his work to smile at me.
He could smile at the thought of his next race.
He tried to smile at me, but I could feel him making up his mind.
And then I had to smile at 7 myself for thinking the boy human.
They both smile at each other and walk off into the sun set.
He wanted to smile at himself and was not quite able.
And he couldn't seem to help but smile back at me.
I had to smile at the look on his face.
I stood and grinned at him until he must have thought I'd lost my mind.
We had been grinning at each other only a few minutes before.
She was grinning at me when I turned to face her.
He opened his eyes again and tried to grin at me.
Both the man and the woman thought he was grinning at them.
Almost against his will, he found himself grinning back at her.
He grinned at them and put his head down again.
He looked up into my eyes but I grinned at him.
She sat back down, finally had to grin at me.
She grinned at him again, and he moved on into the dark.