adjective. ['ˈfraʊnɪŋ'] showing displeasure or anger.
Rhymes with Frowning
Sentences with frowning
1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Shel also can put up a facade of being sad by frowning and crossing her brow.
A reverse poem is like a topsy-turvy picture, a frowning face upended to reveal a smiling one.
Quotes about frowning
1. He looked at the beautiful woman frowning up at him and his cock did nothing. His eyes shot back to Zoe and damn if his cock didn't twitch happily. Trevor swallowed hard as realization hit.There was something wrong with his dick.
- R.L. Mathewson, Perfection
2. Frowning, she looked up. "You can't want to ravish me every time we meet."Oh, yes, he could. Demon gritted his teeth...
- Stephanie Laurens, A Rogue's Proposal