Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Frown"

The meaning of "Frown" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Mr.Grundy frowns on ''blue jeans'' mean?
A: It means that Mr. Grundy (who is probably in a position of authority, like a school principal or boss) doesn't "approve" of blue jeans. Perhaps it is not a rule, but Mr. Grundy treats it like it is not appropriate (ie. for work/school/etc.) It implies that it is his attitude toward others.

Imagine him making a frown (facial expression) when he sees jeans.
Q: What does never frown because someone could be falling in love with your smile mean?
A: It's a turn of phrase encouraging someone to not look unhappy, because they might miss out on true love due to looking like an angry person.
Q: What does frown mean?
Q: What does frown mean?
A: The opposite of smile. When you are upset about something, you frown.
Bonus expression: "Turn that frown upside down!"
When people use this expression, it means that they think you look a little sad or angry. So they're encouraging you to smile.

Example sentences using "Frown"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "frown".
A: "When people are upset, they tend to frown."
Q: Please show me example sentences with frown.
A: He was so sad he started to frown
Q: Please show me example sentences with frown upon.
A: Dating a minor is frowned upon in most modern societies.

Hunting exotic animals is frowned upon.

Plagiarism was not forbidden at his school, but (it was) strongly frowned upon.


(Usually used when something goes against a custom or an accepted norm; Definition: to view with disapproval)

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Synonyms of "Frown" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between frown and scowl ?
A: A scowl is a larger, more angry expression, but a frown can be small :)
Q: What is the difference between frown and scowl ?
A: you frown when you are sad, you scowl when you are mad.
Q: What is the difference between frown and scowl ?
A: Both carry a meaning of expressing displeasure. 
But ''frown''is more vague--it can range from being mildly confused or uncertain to being downright unhappy. 
''Scowl'' implies a more extreme feelng -- hostile, angry emotion.Specifically, If you just say you frowned, then I know you felt bad in some way about something- maybe you were just sad, or confused, or annoyed. however, if you scowl, then I know that you're not just sad, you're mad.
Q: What is the difference between he frowned at me and he looked at me with a frown ?
A: @jickoon: he frowned at me is more common. I would only use "he looked at me with a frown" if I were writing a book. In normal conversation it sounds unnatural.
Q: What is the difference between frown , grimace and glare ?
A: Usually they are interchangeable. But there are some differences.

You only glare when mad, usually AT something specific.
"The boy glared at me because I was eating his cake."
"I glared at my teacher when he called me stupid."
"The dog glared when the cat hit him."

You can frown when mad or sad or confused.
"The boy frowned when his mom scolded him."
"The boy frowned before crying when his ice cream fell."
"The boy frowned when he was trying to solve a math problem."

Grimace is usually when you are digested or in pain. Sometimes, when you try to smile but are really upset, it's called a "grimace."
"I grimaced at the bucket of worms."
"I grimaced as I tried to walk on my hurt ankle."
"I grimaced when I tried to seem happy when my ex boyfriend asked me how I was."

Translations of "Frown"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frown
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When you feel bad, you frown your face...Is this expression right?
A: When you feel bad, you frown. (A frown is always on a face, so you don't say face.)

Other questions about "Frown"

Q: You know me so well because when I frown while eating, my other friends usually ask me, "it isn't that great?" but you asked me, "you love it?" that means you know when I eat something good, I frown, I become more serious. Does this sound natural?
A: × You know me so well because when I frown while eating, my other friends usually ask me, "it isn't that great?" but you asked me, "you love it?" that means you know when I eat something good, I frown, I become more serious.
✓ You know me so well because when I frown while eating, my other friends usually ask me, "Don’t you like it?” but you ask me, "You love it?" That means you know when I eat something good, I frown and I become more serious.

I might say “Do you love it?” Or “You love it? Don’t you?”

It’s a very endearing conversation. 😊
Q: Please show me how to pronounce frown drown crown brown

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A: frown drown crown brown
Q: Please show me how to pronounce frown .
A: "Frown - she had a frown on her face"
Q: Can I say frowns ?
Q: why do you frown? Does this sound natural?
A: "Why do you frown?" is ok
"Why are you frowning?" is better

Some people say "Why the long face?"

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