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g low er

  • n  an angry stare
  • v  look at with a fixed gaze
  • v  look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval

  • Receiving its world premiere on May 20 at the Cannes Film Festival, Inglourious Basterds first word as in "glower," second as in "turds" is an alternative history of World .
  • The presidency is less an office than a performance: Who saw the gloom and glower behind Eisenhower's incandescent grin? This is why temperament descends easily into caricature .
  • Then too there's what Ropeik and others call "optimism bias," the thing that makes us glower when we see someone driving erratically while talking on a cell phone, even if we've .
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  • - 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.
    June 24, 2013 - The Chattanoogan

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