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- adv. In a baleful manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a baleful manner; perniciously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a baleful manner.
- Calamitously; perniciously; noxiously.
- Miserably; unhappily; painfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a baleful manner
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It was a relief to have those things put away and no longer eyeing me balefully from the corners of my room.
I call it the glass mountain – you can't climb a glass mountain, says Keegan, looking at me balefully.
But with or without Lord Justice Leveson's inquiry, no proper system of press regulation can carry any sort of authority if four national newspapers sit balefully outside.
Dog looks at me balefully, his heavy lids covering the top half of his eyes.
(She said, glaring balefully at Hunting Badger on the to-be-read pile.)
You get five bonus points if they angrily rip the buds out of their ears and threaten to sue you or punch your lights out; 10 if they balefully cry for their mommies and wonder why, oh why the modern world is so unfathomably cruel!
The balefully dismissive: "All that is within him does condemn itself for being there" "Macbeth".
"All right, Mister Man," she threatened balefully.
I want to tell you that up front, because Woolf, who died 70 years ago this year, is so often portrayed as the Dark Lady of English letters, all glowery and sad, looking balefully on from a crepuscular corner of literary history with a stone lodged in her pocket.
It glared balefully at Conan and hissed as if to taunt the still naked Cimmerian.