The caterpillars could not stop spinning as they walked, and as they walked everywhere, they smarmed
and garmed everything.
Roly-poly anchorman Chiles sits most uneasily in his chairs, wearing the look of haunting unease last seen when Frank Lampard smarmed
in on Christine Bleakley.
In a rant against political correctness, she smarmed
"I hear you have now been accused of institutional sexism as well as institutional racism.
Where Blair charmed and smarmed
, she confronted and divided, setting Britain at war with itself.
He was a tubby little man and his black hair was smarmed
down to a patent-leather skullcap with hair oil.
What I love most about Norway is you ladies,' he smarmed
You're far better looking than your dad," he smarmed
To get him on the television, Lang is forced to have a makeover, the hair smarmed
down, and the suits designer labelled.
Shopping on-line used to be about avoiding the pushy sales assistants in the traditional shops and avoiding that guilty feeling for not rewarding them with a sale after they have smarmed
all over your for an hour.
Clinton's teenage daughter, Limbaugh smarmed
, "Everyone knows that there's a cat in the White House, but did you know there's also a dog?
J"If we don't clear up the mess we're going to be asking young people to pick up the tab for our generation's debt," he smarmed
The TV evidence shows our leader to be two-faced, having smarmed
up to Mrs Duffy before getting into his car and letting slip his true feelings.