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- n. One who frowns.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who frowns or scowls.
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Perkins = opposite of joker, should be called the frowner or prune face
And frowner, I think if you want to do the test patches, they should be slightly darker when wet, as things turn lighter when dried.
Dear and he went on to scripple gentlemine born, milady bread, he would pen for her, he would pine for her,3 how he would patpun fun for all4 with his frolicky frowner so and his glumsome grinner otherso.
He might have been the frowner last time, but he was secretly enjoying every minute.
The door opened and the grizzled old frowner from the Anchorage flight yelled,
So with certain classes of the insane, any effort of mind, however slight, which with an habitual frowner would cause a slight frown, leads to their weeping in an unrestrained manner.
'Aimée Claret-Maison the famous saltpetre-eater, Viktoria Fussbal the famous frowner, Justin Bimberpond the famous - er - I forget.'
We look like people of the world - I can kind of mix in with girls in Asia, South America, Europe Small World ride at Disneyland, but except for smiley happy dancey children, you get a frowner who will cut you with her death eyes.
I used to wake up with a huge crease in my forehead because I'm a nocturnal frowner, "she said.
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