The Cacique looked at the carriers on their backs and frowned.
Nay, my dear; in the interests of music, I frowned upon disorder.
Good Indian twisted a wisp of mane in his fingers, and frowned abstractedly.
He seemed to be slowly detailing the maiden, and he frowned a little.
Monsieur Defarge whispered it closer in his ear, and frowned heavily.
Roden bit his lip, and frowned at each repetition of the opening bars.
I frowned, made myself long, and confessed I had the honor to be from that city.
He frowned at me the instant he saw Charlotte, and I heard him swear.
He frowned at her, and asked, "Well, what do you think about it?"
Buel frowned at the approaching boat, and cursed its inopportune arrival.