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Synonyms for frown

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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We are not to give up on anyone but sadly, 'Duterte frowns on idea of reforming criminals,' the same Inquirer article blares.
Furthermore, participants rated how difficult they experienced the deliberate adoptions of the smiles and the frowns on a 7-point Likert Scale with verbal anchors at point 1 (not at all) and point 7 (very much).
Ten depressed patients who were on medication had Botox in their frowns and nine of them stopped using the medication, the research found.
One little elf's enthusiasm may seem outmatched at first by the frowns and disapproval of authority, but Eubie isn't one to quit half- done
While smacking gum usually draws frowns from health advocates, about 100 Sunny Brae Elementary students found themselves under orders to start chewing earlier this school year.
And maybe the campaign's message will reduce the frowns of parents who have angst over the whole practical/liberal education debate.
With corn and soybean prices rising, smiles seemed to replace frowns or expressionless producers of recent years.
John Cummings told reporters that the sheriff's office generally frowns on citizens who take it upon themselves to apprehend suspects who could be armed and dangerous, but agreed that on this occasion it ended well.
Injecting Botox into the skin temporarily paralyzes the underlying muscles, which prevents them from contracting and forming frowns.
It frowns on solicitations, instead selecting AMERICAN FORESTS because it was familiar with the nonprofit through the foundation's tree-planting activities in its own community.
In addition, the manual frowns upon "private gestures" such as picking or scratching one's nose or crossing one's legs.
As the system practices imitating smiles and frowns, Essa sees the potential for realistic animation - the possibility of generating three-dimensional images with emotional depth.
Even when domestic trappings such as side tables and couches suggest more personal encounters, the grimaces, frowns, and anxious faces remind us that something other than friendly conversation is going on.