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lour

Saltos de línea: lour
Pronunciación: /ˈlaʊə
 
/
(also lower)

Definición de lour en inglés:

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[no object]
1Look angry or sullen; scowl: the lofty statue lours at patients in the infirmary
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He sat louring at the landscape as it slid past the window.
  • When she is woken by the kiss, she silently expresses anger, just louring at him.
  • He said nothing, only loured at me from the doorway.
Sinónimos
scowl, frown, look sullen, glower, glare, grimace, give someone black looks, look daggers, look angry
informal give someone dirty looks
1.1(Of the sky or landscape) look dark and threatening.
Example sentences
  • The sea is churning and the sky is louring, so buckets and spades are out of the question.
  • The following morning, the sort of black cloud that lours over Mordor had swallowed the Cairngorm massif completely and a bitter wind kept the punters away.
Sinónimos
overcast, dark, leaden, grey, cloudy, clouded, sunless, gloomy, threatening, menacing, promising rain

sustantivo

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1A scowl.
1.1A dark and gloomy appearance of the sky or landscape.

Origen

Middle English: of unknown origin.

Derivados

loury

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