In the heather she sat and glowered at him, but now she could hardly see his face.
He stood between his captives and glowered, first at one and then at the other.
Silence fell on her as she crossed the threshold, but she glowered on us with fierce eyes.
Duke glowered at him, suspecting a joke, but there was no humor on the blue face.
Cyrus Pritchett only glowered on the Bray girls when he looked at them at all.
He glowered at his fate, and tugged his tawny moustache for some time in silence.
On Little's entrance the pupil retired front his uphill work, and glowered with vacillating eyes.
Dick glowered sullenly at the wall and tugged his great moustache.
Then he glowered on such of the Egyptians as passed to and fro along the street on their affairs.
Slade drew rein beside the other horse and glowered at Lennon.
mid-14c., "to shine;" c.1500, "to stare with wide eyes," perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian dialectal glora "to glow"), from Proto-Germanic base *glo- (see glow (v.)), root of Old English glowan "to glow," which influenced the spelling. Or perhaps related to Middle Dutch gluren "to leer." Meaning "to look angrily, scowl" is first recorded 1775. Related: Glowered; glowering. As a noun, 1715, from the verb.