glower glower  /ɡ ˈlaʊ ər/


  1. (n) an angry stare
  2. (v) look at with a fixed gaze
  3. (v) look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval



  1. I pull my Pirates hat down low over my eyes and glower at the disgustingly cheerful Giants fans, who are all chatting away on their late-model Nokias and sipping celery sodas.
  2. Their pastoral scenes still glow with the old Disney sweetness, and the ones of foreboding glower with the old relish for the grotesque.
  3. It is a glower of implacable rage before Wong is captured, and of sub- or post-human perseverance afterward, when he is taunted and tortured in jail.


  • - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news

    The shattered Tennessee Walking Horse industry will once again fall under the glower of the world’s horse advocates today when a known “Big Lick” trainer, Larry Joe Wheelon, is scheduled to be arraigned on one charge of aggravated animal cruelty in a Maryville, Tenn., courtroom.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: The Chattanoogan

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