Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of scowl.

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  • adjective sullen or unfriendly in appearance

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The big blacksmith stood in scowling indecisions his face pathetic in its fierce yearning, his hands making unconscious, clutching contractions.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • The big blacksmith stood in scowling indecisions his face pathetic in its fierce yearning, his hands making unconscious, clutching contractions.

    Chapter 16

  • COOPER: Yes, you're described as scowling and foul tempered.

    CNN Transcript May 16, 2006

  • COOPER: Yes, you're described as scowling and foul tempered.

    CNN Transcript May 26, 2006

  • COOPER: Yes, you're described as scowling and foul tempered.

    CNN Transcript May 29, 2006

  • “I far prefer it to pouting or scowling, which is your preferred approach, sir.”

    The Frasers Clay

  • But I do recall scowling, and inwardly marking him out as a thoroughly bad egg.

    Irish Blogs

  • Oh, and whenever I wanted a drink, I didn't have to call a scowling attendant to get half a glass of soda or water, which was possibly refilled from the plane's tanks!

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  • Oh, and whenever I wanted a drink, I didn't have to call a scowling attendant to get half a glass of soda or water, which was possibly refilled from the plane's tanks!

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Oh, and whenever I wanted a drink, I didn't have to call a scowling attendant to get half a glass of soda or water, which was possibly refilled from the plane's tanks!

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

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