Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of frowner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The "frowners" might just have been cursed with bad photographers.

    Smile.

  • This is what I find myself offering up more and more in response to the whiners and the frowners and to those with broken or sadly dysfunctional karmic antennae -- or no antennae at all -- to all those who just don't understand and maybe even actively recoil against all this chatter about Obama's aura and feel and MLK/JFK-like vibe. ...

    Jan Herman: Getting Obama Right, Wrong, and Between

  • This is what I find myself offering up more and more in response to the whiners and the frowners and to those with broken or sadly dysfunctional karmic antennae - or no antennae at all - to all those who just don't understand and maybe even actively recoil against all this chatter about Obama's aura and feel and MLK/JFK-like vibe.

    SF Gate Columnist: Is Obama an Enlightened Being?

  • I feel happy that she is off work, away from the frowners in line.

    Words in a French Life

  • Some persons are such habitual frowners, that the mere effort of speaking almost always causes their brows to contract.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • A handful of frowners against thirty million laughers in a state of irruption.

    The American Claimant

  • Anyway, as I was saying, theft and robbery in any form should be frowned up with the full frowning power of one million frowners, including this great nation's Frowning Fathers, a dour bunch if ever there was one.

    Sandwich of Ruin!

  • So let the sun shine in and face it with a grin smilers never lose and frowners win

    歪酷博客 Ycool Blog

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