Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of frown.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frown.

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Examples

  • But the decision has evoked frowns from a Welsh community, which has long claimed to be the home of the legendary magician.

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  • This is infinitely more to be dreaded, and his frowns are a thousand times more terrible, than the bitterest wrath and cruellest malice of men.

    The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 04.

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative affect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviours in unable conditions.

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  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative affect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviours in unable conditions.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative effect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviors in unable conditions.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative effect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviors in unable conditions.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative affect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviours in unable conditions.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative affect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviours in unable conditions.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The nine-month-olds banged their arms in the unwilling conditions, whereas the six-month-olds showed more negative affect, such as frowns, in those trials, and positive affective behaviours in unable conditions.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • He claims that the government "frowns" on these scams, and spends plenty of time trying to track down the scammers -- but we've been reporting on Nigerian gov't claims for years and years and they never seem to get very far in stopping the scammers.

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