Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [fɹ'aʊnɪŋ]
meaning of the word
showing displeasure or anger
Isabel hesitated, frowning a little.
"What are you frowning at?" she asked.
Archer sat staring beneath frowning brows.
He did not once smile, and ended by frowning.
Dundee nodded, frowning, and Strawn began eagerly:
'Why have you come?' he said quickly, frowning at her.
"Are you frowning on Smerdyakov's account?" asked Alyosha.
He spoke strangely, often frowning, and stopping abruptly.
"How is that?" the Emperor interrupted him, frowning sternly.
"Still, that's not the point," said Sergey Ivanovitch, frowning.