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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of scowl.


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  • “Agatha” according to her name tag scowled at me as she took my blood pressure and checked my chart.


  • A strong lead -- "It's startling, sometimes, how easy it is for a college football coach to control and bend the minds of his otherwise freethinking student-athletes." -- gives way to crazy placard man shouting on the street corner, complete with EXCLAMATION POINTS! and angry words like "scowled" and "venting" and "unprovoked" and

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  • Camden was contemptuous; Dunning only 'scowled' at him; and Barré, after taking in his book, gave it back with the mysterious information that he had 'got into a scrape.' [

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  • Glen shuffled down the aisle marked "electrical" and scowled at the hardware store's big, orange logo.

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  • I caught his eye dipping toward our joined hands, and he scowled.

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  • Caithe scowled and took another gulp, coming away with a foam mustache.

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  • Clutching the grisly trophy in his claws, he scowled at Logan.

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  • Mr. Yost, in suit and tie, scowled in my direction.

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  • He scowled at me, or maybe it was a grimace, and said: "Bring it."

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  • France on a roll would have scowled at letting Ireland come so close.

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