scowling

[ US /ˈskaʊɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skˈa‍ʊlɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. sullen or unfriendly in appearance
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How To Use scowling In A Sentence

  • Then another one suddenly moved toward me, scowling, and waved at me to stop.
  • Moroni queried, scowling with disappointment, feeling his excitement recede. FINAL RESORT
  • A big stand of grain bins; they are scowling at the wind, each of them.
  • He lay there while Afanasy, gloomy and scowling, hovered about him, sighing heavily, and smelling like a pothouse. The Wife
  • Sulkily, the publicist moves to the back of the bar but Sinclair is still scowling.
  • She met Jack outside Lizzi's bedroom door and found his face to be angry, he was scowling at her.
  • Are you the voice from the wilderness?" demanded Hippy scowlingly. Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders Among the Kentucky Mountaineers
  • And as Maigret scowlingly pointed to the newspaper sticking out of his pocket, he smiled. Maigret Afraid
  • The captain wandered about like a lost soul, nervously chewing his mustache, scowling, unable to make up his mind what to do. THE SEED OF McCOY
  • It earned him a scowling hiss of disapproval from Dendria and a punch in the shoulder from Naoise for his comedic troubles.
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