Definition of smize in English:

smize

verb

[no object]informal
  • Assume a playful or alluring expression of the eyes.

    ‘I just need to learn how to smize’
    • ‘She wore Piaget diamond earrings, painted her lips a bright red, and smized in front of a race car.’
    • ‘That first cover captured her with her signature crop from the '90s as she smized for the camera.’
    • ‘Walking into what turned out to be a nine-hour session of questioning, she smized like her life depended on it.’
    • ‘The Essex girl pouted and 'smized' at the camera like a pro.’
    • ‘Standing in front of a crisp white door, the singer smized as she posed in her sexy sportswear.’
    • ‘The two models pout and smize their way through the Rimmel advert. ’
    • ‘The blond beauty smizes at the camera and plays with her tresses while wearing a gorgeous white, cut-out ensemble.’
    • ‘While getting his mugshot taken, he displayed a full-face smile—you might even say he was smizing.’
    • ‘With her newfound confidence, she meets a nice guy and smizes her way into a front-desk reception job.’
    • ‘She does take some time to photograph (shockingly, babies don't know how to smize directly into the camera). ’

noun

informal
  • A playful or alluring expression of the eyes.

    ‘she still has plenty of time to perfect her smize’

Origin

Early 21st century coined by the American model and TV host Tyra Banks, as a contraction of the phrase smile with your eyes.

Pronunciation

smize

/smʌɪz/