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Grinned, pinned, sinned, thinned, wind, chagrined, downwind, rescind,
Yes, grinned is a verb. It's the past tense of the verb "grin".
I/You/We/They have grinned. He/She/It has grinned.
The word grinned has one syllable.
I grinned at the person telling the joke.
The boy grinned at his mother because he had an idea.
No; grinned is a verb. An adverb "modifies" a verb, and it usually ends in -ly.
Example sentence - The little boy grinned at the puppy and began petting it softly.
Since you saw him grin when you did I am sure he knows he grinned at you.
There is no one word that rhymes with whirlwind. However, individual words that rhyme with each syllable can be combined and used:whirl - burl, curl, earl, girl, hurl, pearl, squirrel, swirl, and twirl.wind - finned, ginned, grinned, pinned, sinned, skinned, and thinned.Example: squirrel grinned or girl sinnedIt isn't a perfect rhyme but it is probably more useful to rhyme whirlwind with girl friend than any other choices.
it is made of pork and faty grinned
Grinned up cement
It's just grinned...
A grin is when you smile widely and bare your teeth.
that stuff shrek was talkin about go research it!
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When I opened the door, the young fellow grinned sheepishly.