He considered it a very good joke, and I scowled at him several times.
"I know that, too," answered the short man, and scowled deeply.
Syddington scowled more darkly and his hand trembled a little over the leather.
Mark Frayne scowled, and gave a kick out with his leg, but did not answer.
Thurstane took the lariat, inspected the breakage carefully, and scowled with helpless rage.
"Drunk—" Erickson stuck his tongue in his cheek, shook his head, scowled.
And he scowled at my mother, for her comeliness; and yet looked under his eyelids as if he liked her for it.
Milt scowled and looked as though he wished he hadn't said that.
He scowled as he developed his idea, and then began to issue orders.
The man who had addressed him stared, scowled, and turned away.
mid-14c., from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian skule "look furtively, squint, look embarrassed," Danish skule "to scowl, cast down the eyes"). Probably related to Old English sceolh "wry, oblique," Old High German scelah "curved," German scheel "squint-eyed;" from PIE root *sqel- "crooked, curved, bent." Related: Scowled; scowling.
c.1500, from scowl (v.).