from The Century Dictionary.
- In a scowling manner; with lowering brows; frowningly; with a sullen look.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a scowling manner.
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- adverb With a
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This particularly pissed Rory off, because he didn't do cocaine but was nonetheless widely assumed to and scowlingly disapproved of accordingly.
Habr Awal presently approached and scowlingly inquired why we had not apprised them of our intention to enter the city.
The tattoo on his cheek wrinkled as he scowlingly recounted his days below deck in a slaveship before Kennit had freed him.
And as Maigret scowlingly pointed to the newspaper sticking out of his pocket, he smiled.
The mountaineer regarded his questioner sullenly, scowlingly, and without much change of expression.
She called to the priest in another tongue; and one came scowlingly, bringing with him a small box of ebony.
One of them glanced scowlingly at Floyd, as he passed the lad, evidently associating his wounds with the presence of the prisoner.
As they turned towards the house, John rose, sullenly, and wrapping a handkerchief round his wounded arm, which was bleeding profusely, he glanced scowlingly at his brother.
The people glared at us scowlingly, and even when the grand procession passed on the way to escort Margaret from the palace they remained mute.
"Are you the voice from the wilderness?" demanded Hippy scowlingly.