Frown [verb]

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Surprisingly, that’s enough facial real estate to tell a sneer from a smile, or a laugh from a frown.

In the 1980s, Jean and Alastair Carruthers, a Canadian ophthalmologist and dermatologist, accidentally discovered the toxin’s anti-aging properties when they noticed patients receiving injections for facial spasm were also losing their frown lines.

The tiny frown reappeared between her eyes, lingered a trifle longer than before, and vanished.

His brows came together in a frown, from which the Seneschal argued that his suggestion was not well received.

In fact, so much of her smooth brow as could be seen under a broad-brimmed straw hat was wrinkled in a decided frown.

Old David Arden stepped back a little, growing pale, with a sudden frown.

A frown momentarily darkened the cloudless brow of Aristide Pujol.

It is a sad mistake to frown upon such efforts as a waste of time.

The captain, a frown between his frank-seeming, wide-set eyes, started round to look at the boy.

Marius stood still, a frown between his eyes haled thither by the mention of La Vauvraye.