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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Never has the small space at the Loretto-Hilton Theatre appeared so gloweringly massive as it did in Gideon Davey's set, which contributed to the staging's success, as of course did the orchestra conducted by Antony Walker.
This spellbinding re-imagining of the James Bond spy myth sees 007 back to his bone-crunching best, with Daniel Craig brilliantly intense and gloweringly muscular.
But Annie, blind with rage, violently refused until, suddenly spying Shiftless hovering nervously in the background, dealt him a flying kick that shot him clear up to the fantail; and, with pent-up feelings thus discharged, she gloweringly consented to deal with the perfidious and grinning Mr.
Each of the six movements explores a specific mood and musical texture, from the charming and ebullient Presto, which Carlock executes with sparkling accuracy (she's even more glitteringly pin-sharp in the finale, a thrilling, fully-fledged Fugue), to the gloweringly dramatic Rhapsodie, with its programmatic reference to Dante's Inferno.
The season also included a revival of Macbeth, most notable for Michael Lewis's gloweringly effective portrayal of the title character, although Claire Primrose's Lady Macbeth was also impressive.