glower


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scowl

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scowl

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to stare fixedly and angrily

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

a fixed angry stare

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

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an angry stare

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look at with a fixed gaze

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

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For Al Ghalia, they were heavily relying on Glower, who managed a game-high 29 points, besides Filipino player Paul Lee who could score 11 points.
VUVUZELOTS World Cup tributes FASCINATED Bruce and wife Wilnelia HATTY JAPES Fun day for some ladies PURPLE REIGN The Queen TOPPER Joan Collins in white FIERY Red hats a glower
VUVUZELOTS World Cup tributes FASCINATED Bruce and wife Wilnelia HATTY JAPES Fun day for some ladies TOPPER Joan Collins in white FIERY Red hats a glower PURPLE REIGN The Queen
A fine supporting cast of mostly older, mostly British gargoyles (Michael Gambon, Jeffrey Jones, Ian McDiarmid, Michael Gough, Christopher Lee, an unbilled Martin Landau) provide extra wigged-and-powdered glower.
It also has staff who don't glower at you if you sit there too long and doesn't play loud music.
You can picture a Presbyterian minister in some cold church in Scotland facing pews full of glowers.
Handel Bad Guys Sabata/Il Pomo d'Oro/Minasi XAVIER Sabata, shaven headed and bearded, glowers at us from the CD cover looking like a hitman from a Hollywood action movie.
Its high seed yield and resistance to Ascochyta blight should prove economically profitable to glowers.
The four largest sellers were Bert and Janie Treadway, Billy and Margie Treadway and Robert and Bobyejo Treadway, $133,000 in April 1980; Betty Farabee and Elizabeth Farabee Stokes, $80,000 in September 1973; Merle and Patricia Boyer, $30,000 in February 1982; and Wanda Glowers, $28,000 in October 1981.
Those that succeeded did so in a climate where "the world glowers at them ever more menacingly, but has not yet found a way of dispensing with their services.
Fiennes glowers with menacing intent behind his flawless make-up and Yates seamlessly melds visual effects and live action, not least with the re-introduction of Dobby.
The lion glowers down in hate; Britannia too is bathed in tears; No more her view for many years.
When Macintosh glowers at the contestants, he does so with an arched eyebrow that would do Stephen Colbert proud.
30PM The late James Gandolfini glowers malevolently in this prison drama.
The English actor glowers and sulks with gusto but is just as lifeless here as in the Twilight saga, albeit with a better tan.