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    Comforting smile

    Is this sentence correct in grammar and meaning? I like your comforting smile.


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    Re: Comforting smile

    It's correct grammatically. As for meaning, it depends on what you wanted to say. It's a compliment obviously. However, things like this are more often found in descriptions of people.

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