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verb as in frown

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Under such family protection hard words and scowls are ineffective.

As Madame Rosa, Loren wears a trailing gray wig and a perpetual scowl, downplaying the natural beauty that made her famous and manages to startle to this day.

The proprietor, a huge bear of a man in brown coveralls, scowled at Delancy.

The sailors crept up one by one, but they only gathered in a jabbering knot, and scowled at the Englishman heavily.

The Spanish sluggards came up sometimes and scowled, then they went below again.

Bud scowled and turned toward him a belligerent glance, and the man stopped laughing as suddenly as he had begun.

Genevieve scowled, and made an impatient gesture—neither of which Mrs. Kennedy seemed to notice.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scowled, such as: glower, glare, grimace, gloom, lower, and disapprove.

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