glower at (someone or something)

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glower at (someone or something)

To look at someone or something with anger or disapproval. She won't come out and say it, but I can tell she's angry by the way she's glowering at me. Julian glowered at his car when it failed to start.
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glower at someone or something

to scowl intently at someone or something. The judge glowered at the irate witness until order was restored. Fred glowered at the painting of his uncle, hating the subject of the picture.
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References in classic literature ?
He certainly glowered at me when I began hanging around the palace.
Now aged 43 and a panelist on ITV1's Loose Women, Coleen says Maureen, Anne, Bernie and Linda - performing as The Nolan Sisters - glowered at the then 53-year old Savile as he held Coleen tightly under her right breast.
When I finally plucked up the courage to ask for his autograph he glowered at me in a way only Charles Bronson can mimic and grumbled: "Alright, but you're the last sodding one!"
Subway riders/gaze deeply into the face of Ann Landers.//The driver who edges you out in the parking lot/does it again, unashamed, at the checkout.//Bring something back to Customer Service/and get glowered at, a fish your only witness.//Inquire about uncooked eggs in the Caesar/salad, uncoiling the waiter's covert anger.//With drinking pals, order juice or Evian;/prepare to be seen as a budding Puritan.//Before the belly arrives to explain itself,/you have to appear to look out for yourself,//which nobody likes, so when snaps and buttons/begin to resist, you're ready and willing to fatten.
The golfer winced, glowered at the man and grabbed the back of his leg as he hobbled up a hill.
It's here." When I asked the frazzled young pharmacist at the counter if she had been filling a lot of requests for the new blue potency drug, dubbed "Pfizer's Riser," she glowered at me through lowered eyelids.
Healy glowered at umpire Cyril Mitchley and stamped off before throwing his bat through the dressing-room door.
There on the coffee table, a terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex glowered at a longnecked Apatosaurus supping in a swamp -- both surrounded by a menagerie of wonderfully exotic creatures that roamed the prehistoric landscape hundreds of millions of years ago.