Frown at - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
frown at (someone or something)
To look at someone or something with displeasure. Ted frowned at me as though I was the one who'd made that callous remark. Sadie frowned at the math problem that was giving her trouble.
frown at someone or something
to scowl at someone or something. Please don't frown at me. I didn't do anything. Frank frowned at the dog and gave it a kick.
References in periodicals archive
Much as we frown at
the actions of both sides in the dispute, the resort to violence is not the panacea and can never be a remedy.
All that roaming doesn't make for much drama since it's rarely hard to guess what's going to happen next in a place full of small-minded bigots who frown at
Emily's unplanned pregnancy and her interracial friendship with Wilma.