frown[ froun ]SEE DEFINITION OF frown
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROWN
It made Andy frown, and for an instant he thought of calling Buck back.
And yet in the end Pop was able to muster a fairly good imitation of a frown.
With this new evidence of his generous virtue, the frown passed from his brows.
I saw him frown, and suddenly he slapped his thigh as a man does when thought overtakes him.
He gave no direct reply, but certainly did not frown on the request.
He looked at me curiously for an instant--then with a frown.
Am I so utterly disreputable that you find it necessary to frown on me so darkly?
The man continued to look across the frozen fields with a frown.
The faces that once looked kindly on him turn away from him with a frown.
It came from Joe Kramer, whose face was set in a frown of pain.