the stink eye

the stink eye

A facial expression of unreserved disgust, contempt, disapproval, distrust, or general ill will. Jonathan, I will not tolerate getting the stink eye from students during class. If you make that face at me again, you're going to the principal's office! Some guy across the bar has been giving me the stink eye since we came in. It must be something to do with my outfit.
See also: eye, stink
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Amid the introductions and sneers -- the kidnapped CIA agent has been taken by a very active, murderous terrorist group -- some of the Americans give Mason the stink eye and a jittery CIA operative (Rosamund Pike) settles in for perilous babysitting duties.
You just try giving me the stink eye again, as if you're up for a fight when I come across you again; I'll suck your eyes out and brush your teeth with my elbow.)
Hernandez gave Paradis the stink eye as he walked past, apparently trying to stare him down.
That means if you're shopping for snacks in a Seahawks jersey, one out of every two people will be giving you the stink eye. Is that a risk you're willing to take?
DRAG ME TO HELL 5* 9PM A Romany witch puts the stink eye on bank clerk Alison Lohman in a Sam Raimi horror show that's a wittier response to financial meltdown than Wall Street 2, RocknRolla, and both Sex And The City films.
SAFE Sunday, C5 9pm PREMIERE Russian thugs put the stink eye on cranky cage fighter Jason Statham (pictured).
But the singer's fans or those who just don't believe she gave Adele the stink eye are also posting their view of the situation on the Internet:
My humans, Keith and Marcy Lincoln, keep giving me the stink eye whenever I, you know, "finish my business" on board, because they claim it makes the whole boat smell.
He even gives the doctors a dirty look, what we call "the stink eye."
A Romany witch puts the stink eye on bank clerk Alison Lohman (above) in a Sam Raimi horror show that's a wittier response to financial meltdown than Wall Street 2 and both Sex And The City films.
A Romany witch puts the stink eye on bank loans clerk Alison Lohman in withering Sam Raimi horror that's a wittier response to financial meltdown than Wall Street 2 and both Sex And The City films.