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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Having the last ball possession, Al Ghalia set up an alley hoop pass to Glower, but was prevented by High Flyer's American player 'Slim' as time expired.
the bones that glower when it opens its mouth and the molars shine,
The most violent Celtic and Rangers hooligans, who spend their weekends encumbered by glower and shiv, show up at work Monday morning and calmly sort mail next to one another; they talk happily about Britney Spears and the stock market when they go together to lunch, drinking Coke and eating falafel.
Bamburgh parish records for 1768 show it to be in a hamlet named Gloweroerum, a word that comes from olde English to "Glower o'er them", or to look over them.
Try asking then to relinquish "their" space and observe the glower on their faces.
The corps' pretty pastel-pink and silver brocades and Odette's snowy white feathers gave Swan Lake's first act an elegant candy coating, while Rothbart's venomous green and soot-black cape was the perfect foil for Odile's saucy headdress, its feather cocked to one side like a question mark as Mashkina whipped out her fouettes, each flick of the leg as sharp, swift and sure of Siegfried, with a glower worthy of Cruella de Vil.
The general public cynicism toward and evasion of Prohibition laws, enacted under the prim glower of Woodrow Wilson, proved to be the first open taste of popular rebellion against the belief that government knows best how citizens should run their private lives.
He does, and when his glower finally explodes into speech he is tremendous.
As in their seeming inability to adopt any other posture than to peer over the top of them and glower pretty irritably whenever anyone interrupts them in their reading, even if what they're reading is a load of old tosh and even if it's to offer them a cup of tea.
If she wants to glower at the little brat, she will glower.
Masked, faceless terrorists raise their fists on garden terraces while others glower on high-rise balconies, as if in emulation of the hostage crisis of Munich '72.
But grumpy folk don't sing at home be it bath or shower, They just wash, shampoo and generally glower.