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glare

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scowl

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frown on or upon something

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Synonyms for frown

to wrinkle one's brow, as in thought, puzzlement, or displeasure

frown on: to have or express an unfavorable opinion of

the act of wrinkling the brow, as in thought, puzzlement, or displeasure

Synonyms for frown

a facial expression of dislike or displeasure

look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval

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Most of the models featured in the catalogue were clean-shaven though one man had a goatee beard, which was previously frowned upon by Iran's conservative clerics.
After all, today anything that links children with sex is frowned upon.
In fact, I would say that the keeping of any gamefish just for show, is seriously frowned upon in our society now, and for good reason.
IT AMAZES me how many things once frowned upon by experts on health and nutrition are now considered acceptable to eat.
It would be frowned upon if he got involved in a party political campaign.
The practice was most frowned upon in the north east of England, where only 14 per cent of shoppers said they had done it.
They were protected from the harsh realities of life and schooling probably was also a factor - missing it was frowned upon.
Picture house Cinemas plans to run sessions of movies in partnership with the National Autistic Society, where affected children are free to move around, make a noise or take a break during a film - something frowned upon in normal screenings.
When this picture was taken the girl's fox fur stole was probably a much sought-after fashion accessory, but now it would be frowned upon and she would have the anti-blood-sports lobby chasing her all the way up Northumberland Street.
The survey of 700 people quizzed drivers on courtesy and found that the motorists frowned upon the most were the nation's cabbies.
The report said that taking five minutes off to make a cup of tea was accepted, but using social websites was frowned upon.
It would be the first performance by a major Western pop star in Iran since the 1979 Islamic revolution which frowned upon rock music as decadent.
Twice - it is frowned upon to rear-end the instructor's Buick in the parking lot
62-63), it comes as a surprise to know that such images were frowned upon by Roman writers at the time of early Christianity.
The enjoyment of wine has traditionally been understood as a legitimate experience of a blessed life, overindulgence being frowned upon because of the impropriety that can be its byproduct.