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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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At the beginning of lunch he simply stood in the middle of the mobile classroom that was the dining hall and glowered, staring at one child in particular.
When Caroline elected to kick off one of Naomi's team thirs week, she glowered and declared 'you've got war honey'.
The Man U ace, who has had a hair transplant, glowered when 49-year-old BBC political editor Nick Robinson raised the subject in front of teammates
Welsh Guards marching through Moscow's Red Square where once old Stalin glowered down at his rockets and tanks.
Williams glowered in a slow burn at the linesman and then took her annoyance out on Czink, who sank under a barrage of 25 winners from the American, who will meet Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez of Spain in the third round.
Little Fergie' entered the room glowering, glowered some more and then departed, glowering.
Now aged 43 and a panelist on ITV1's Loose Women, Coleen says Maureen, Anne, Bernie and Linda - performing as The Nolan Sisters - glowered at the then 53-year old Savile as he held Coleen tightly under her right breast.
Warren glowered silently and it's said he'll never forgive Jack.
For years, anti-immigration hawks glowered about a Mexican "invasion" taking over America, town by Southwestern town.
Bring something back to Customer Service/and get glowered at, a fish your only witness.
For decades his cruel visage glowered down upon Muscovites and visitors from a giant 16-ton statue that stood in Moscow's Lubyanka Square, outside the KGB headquarters.
However, as Odile she glowered balefully, an uninhibitedly histrionic approach.
Ross excels at glowering, glaring, seething and fuming, and last night he glowered, glared, seethed and fumed until I thought he'd explode.
I spit at that place every time I go past,' glowered a former resident of the Colebrook Home in South Australia.