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★ frown【(v) (怒ったり考え込んだりして)顔をしかめる;眉をひそめる || (n) しかめっ面;眉をひそめること】

* frown on 〜に難色を示す(不賛成)
* frowningly (adv.):顔をしかめて;眉をひそめて
It is scarcely possible to exaggerate the influence of vanity throughout the range of human life, from the child of three to the potentate at whose frown the world trembles.
 出典:ラッセル政治的に重要な欲求 −ノーベル文学賞受賞記念講演

When he writes about 'Woman' he writes as though whole regiments of that (in his opinion) contemptible sex trembled at his slightest frown.

Nowadays men's suits, especially in the evening, are so rigidly controlled by convention as to be practically a uniform, and the slightest departure in the direction of the ornate is frowned upon.

His mother frowned at him anxiously.

frown to show disapproval.

 出典:『鉄緑会 東大英単語熟語 鉄壁』p.516

He frowned displeasure as he read his son's school report.
 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.