Definition of 'frowning'
Example sentences containing 'frowning'
The other six stared at him, looked at each other with questioning, frowning glances, then returned their exclusive attention to McKinnon.SAN ANDREAS (2001)
The door opened sharply, and she looked up into her mother's frowning face.COMPULSION (2001) LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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