cheshire grin - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
Gibby's face moved a little too slowly, as he were taking in the surroundings more than anyone else. Then he grinned. As he did so the temperature of the room fell a little. Even in the dim light of the stormy day they saw his bared teeth. It was a cheshire grin of sorts, the kind that was so wide it was more as if he wanted to eat everyone rather than say hello.
In the darkness of the forest, two eyes appeared, glowing like minature suns. Even in the dim light, I could make out the form of the creature - cat like, yet not quite right. Beneath the two glowing emerald eyes, appeared a grin that split the creature's face with it's rows of visious sharp teeth.
It stood hunched. Whatever it was it was not of this world. The strange and twisted proportions were reminiscent of a human but there was something wrong about it, like the rest of the forest. A crescent of nails curved into an alienating imitation of a smile whilst two jagged yellow orbs glowed in perverse eagerness. She had not spoken of the devil, yet he or something far worse had appeared.
A grin spread over Marl's face, wide and open, showing his over-whitened teeth. In that moment his motives were laid bare; he was a mocker, one who enjoyed whatever torment he could inflict on others.
A cheshire grin spread over Jacob's face and that meant something very bad was about to happen - or very good - depending on the person's perspective. The last heist was very bad for the man who was left broke and almost dead, but extraordinarily lucrative for his "friends."
Below the unmoving eyes was a grin that showed almost every tooth. Neither moved, not the eyeballs, not the stretched thin lips.
Paul grinned, but not nicely. In that gaping mouth were teeth of curious shapes, more like badly filed yellow beach stones than teeth. Alice stared. It was as if he could swallow something larger than his own head, like a snake.
A cheshire grin lit up the man's face like a sallow candle in a dirty paper lamp. Instead of bringing relief to his demeanour, it made Lee wish he could take a step backward. In the wrinkles the man bore there were no laughter lines and his eyes remained sunken no matter what.