verb (used without object), noun
Examples from the Web for louring
Dark and louring was the frown which the angry chief cast upon his prisoner.The Prairie-Bird|Charles Augustus Murray
Victor suspended operations with the handkerchief to bend upon his tormentor a louring, distrustful stare.Red Masquerade|Louis Joseph Vance
So they held their tongues and watched the approach of the boat with gloomy, louring glances.Two Gallant Sons of Devon|Harry Collingwood
It was now late in the evening; the sun had set, and dark, louring clouds were hanging over the horizon to the westward.
Who, then, can shadow forth the fate that is reserved for this tropical gem of the ocean, where all around is so dark and louring?Lands of the Slave and the Free|Henry A. Murray
"to frown," late 13c. variant of lower (v.2). Related: Loured; louring.