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intr.v. glow·ered, glow·er·ing, glow·ers
To look or stare angrily or sullenly: glowered at the rude patron. See Synonyms at frown.
An angry or sullen look or stare.

[Middle English gloren, probably of Scandinavian origin; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]

glow′er·ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.gloweringly - in a glowering manner; "he stared gloweringly at this morning's headlines"
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بِتَهْديد، بِغَضَب


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(ˈglauə) verb
to stare angrily. He glowered at me.
ˈglowering adjective
angry; threatening. a glowering look.
ˈgloweringly adverb
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The people rudely pictured as drinking in the wine-shops, croaked over their scanty measures of thin wine and beer, and were gloweringly confidential together.
And what an entrance it was, wonderfully fierce as if to defy its onehanded status, generously pedalled, and in the later jazzy section evoking a sultry decadence, with a gloweringly powerful cadenza totally coherent in its distinctions between melody and accompaniment.
What this "Addams Family" has is the gloweringly perfect Nathan Lane, who gamely thrusts Gomez's rapier at anything--or any joke--that moves.