frown on

  1. look disapprovingly upon
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How To Use frown on In A Sentence

  • Some governments now frown on the open sale of alcohol, and zealots harass young women wearing Western clothing.
  • There was a deep frown on the boy's face.
  • Her beautiful face had a resentful frown on it.
  • The sort of people you imagine go through life with a constant frown on their face. The Sun
  • Sarah shook her head, with a frown on her face.
  • High Sierra hikers, who frown on horses in the wilderness, have weighed in with arguments on the issue.
  • Nowadays scholarly exegetes frown on such readings of Scripture, insisting that the particularities of a text must take priority over any generalizations that can be brought from that text.
  • But single women don't frown on married life.
  • There was a deep frown on his face when he was pondering a problem.
  • She looked up with a puzzled frown on her face.
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