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  • n. An unpleasant or disdainful look or expression, often directed at someone.


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  • Embry steers the Kosher Krusher into the Sandusky Sniper, and Floyd Littleton gives him a dirty look before driving off, damaged but still going.

    Kosher Krusher Stems Jewish Intermarriage Through Demolition Derby

  • “I rang my boss, Monsieur Mazotti, and told him I was ill, but I don’t suppose he believed me … He gave me a dirty look when I came back to the Chat Botté…”

    Maigret and Monsieur Charles

  • They’d give him a dirty look if he were anyone else, but because he works for the chief judge they flash capped smiles; you never know which clerk’s got your case on his desk.

    Courting Trouble

  • Paula gave Anna a dirty look and for a minute Anna thought she wasn't going to get any more out of her hut Boggins wasn't the type to suffer in silence.



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