When John Kenyon entered his office, he thought the clerk looked at him askance.
Claude, who was now growing embarrassed, had examined the girl, askance.
The lanky Sucatash looked at him askance, catching the note of sentiment.
Men were apt to look at him askance, half doubtful, half-indignant.
"You speak of the castle as if you knew about it," said the landlady, eyeing her askance.
Men pretending virtues as relentless as his own were often inclined to eye him askance.
They eyed him askance, and eyed each other as they fell behind.
If the people look at me askance, I can't expect any better.
They looked at him askance and then at each other, significantly.
As he bent his head she looked at me askance, and I thought she blushed.