all smiles

all smiles
all smiles
: happy and smiling

She was all smiles as she opened her birthday presents.

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Main Entry:smile

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all ˈsmiles idiom
looking very happy, especially soon after you have been looking worried or sad

Twelve hours later she was all smiles again.

Main entry:smileidiom

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