n.a facial expression of dislike or displeasure
v.look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval
A frown is often an intimation of disapproval.
It is not the golden tones, the warm smile or even the disapproving frown one wants to hear and see.
Except for a slight frown this beautiful young woman wAS AS lively AS ever
AS morning after morning he left her, still with that harsh, unmanly frown upon his face, she would look up at him with her entreating eyes.
Don't frown AT me.
The Boss will frown on those who COME to work late.
Each frown I meet only prepares me FOR the smile to come.
There was a deep frown on his face when he was pondering a problem.
heR frown implied that she did not agree with us.
When she made remarks to this edifying effect, she had a firm little frown on heR brow