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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of glower.


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  • This he indignantly denied, saying that he "had never buried a babe even in most tempestuous weather," when he rode several miles, but he always wore a band, and he complained in turn that members of his congregation turned away from him on the street, and "glowered" at him and "sneered at him."

    Sabbath in Puritan New England

  • While she turned the wide pages, painfully bewildered, the old man "glowered" at her.

    A Crooked Path A Novel

  • At any rate, his skill reminds him of the woman he did not like, and so he 'glowered' as Jo said. "

    Little Women

  • I must have been a frightful sight as I glowered down at her.

    Arcane Circle

  • Having reverted to man form and put on his pants, Johnny glowered at the invaders.

    Arcane Circle

  • That's all there is to it, Mr. Paul said as Mr. Santorum glowered back.

    Romney Spared in Republican Debate

  • He shrugged his shoulders, and Carmintel glowered at him, speechless.

    The King of the Greeks

  • Del glowered at each and every board member, saying with his scowl that he would not soon forget this, but it was a classic case of reaping what you sow.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • He glowered at Harmon, and, without greeting to him or Saxon, leaned his shoulder against the wall.


  • Pink-faced, he glowered in the corner, champagne in hand.

    Old man deodorant


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