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subrident (SUHB righ" duhnt) (adjective), more subrident, most subrident
1. Presenting or wearing a smile: The cashier of the store always had a subrident greeting for her customers when they came to pay for their purchases; as well as, a subrident "thank you" after they had paid.

The students were always welcomed to class with the teacher's subrident friendliness.

2. Etymology: from Latin sub-, "diminished" or "under" + ridere, "to laugh"; therefore, subrident indicates "smiling" instead of "laughing".
Having or offered with a smile.
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Having or presenting a friendly smile. (1)