Definitions

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

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Examples

  • Ignoring scowls is no way to steer clear of controversy, but never mind that.

    A Bright Shining Lie

  • Ignoring scowls is no way to steer clear of controversy, but never mind that.

    A Bright Shining Lie

  • When your enforcer walks in the door and scowls, that is all he has to do, fear will do the rest.

    British Blogs

  • When your enforcer walks in the door and scowls, that is all he has to do, fear will do the rest.

    British Blogs

  • His fellow workers favored him with scowls and black looks, and made remarks, slangily witty and which he did not understand, about sucking up to the boss and pace-making and holding her down when the rains set in.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • When Mr. Trebble returns and notices the ruler missing, he scowls.

    The Trouble With May Amelia

  • Ruining the effect were the goofy long linen robes they wore and the scowls on their faces as they regarded me.

    My Fair Succubi

  • But with Bush & Cheney we got 8 years of sneers, grimaces & lovely telling scowls at inopportune moments.

    One word-Dazzling - dfi

  • Cecil scowls as we take our seats in the wherry; Dee fidgets; only Walsingham appears unconcerned, but I see him looking back toward the High Street and catch the calculation in his gaze.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • Hamel's warning scowls, dismissed him and the company, first requesting, and obtaining, palace lodgment instead of the inn.

    Chapter 15

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