sour-faced

sour-faced

adj
bad-tempered and unfriendly
Translations

sour-faced

[ˈsaʊəfeɪst] ADJcon cara de pocos amigos, con cara avinagrada

sour-faced

adj (inf)vergrätzt (inf)

sour-faced

[ˈsaʊəˌfeɪsd] adj (person) → dal viso arcigno
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IF you are grumpy - or just look sour-faced - you could finally get the appreciation you deserve.
Wait until you have won the title, was the general, sour-faced theme.
Sour-faced Meredith is still struggling to work with Penny 'she killed Derek' Blake, who she just wants to punch in the face.
Maybe it's the brusque way we're shoved about by sour-faced girl or the rude manner of these sour-faced people, but I'm blank.
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Officer Bruno von Falk (Matthias Schoenaerts) is billeted with insipid Lucille (Michelle Williams) and her sour-faced mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas).
I bet he doesn't buy yogurt," Agnes says of the new sour-faced priest.
James Wade, an occasionally hypocritical type who often celebrates winning vital legs with lavish jigs but then gets his knickers in a twist when an opponent such as Michael van Gerwen does likewise, provided a surly, sour-faced presence in the first semi, then an almighty fracas developed between Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld in the second semi.
While a lot of blokes say 'You are mean, sour-faced, whatever - it's harmless', actually it's not harmless at all," she added.
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2Lady with Fan by Amedeo Modigliani shows a rather sour-faced lady holding a fan.