qiyshiq, qiyalatib, gumon bilan, shubhali tarzda
Adjective(1) (used especially of glances
Adverb(1) with suspicion or disapproval(2) with a side or oblique glance
(1) If people with suspiciously orange tans are to be looked at askance , so, too, are suspiciously orange fish.(2) Canadians might look askance at this, given their jaundiced attitude towards many things American.(3) What it does imply is that biotechnology research no longer looks askance to other fields for its metaphoric Inspiration.(4) His hounds look askance at the waste of good hunting time.(5) On the contrary, the world tends to look at him askance , a fact he himself seems to recognize.(6) I had looked at them a little bit askance just because of my belief system.(7) Many people looked askance at what they perceived as very ├ö├ç├┐alternative├ö├ç├û thinking.(8) a waiter looked askance at Charlie's jeans(9) Traditional British pop audiences tend to look askance at child stars.(10) Apparently he was a loner there, too, and looked at askance , so his family moved, which they'd been planning on doing, anyway.(11) The public looks askance at economists because they think of them primarily as forecasters.(12) The visitation staff initially looked askance at the brouhaha, but they ended up laughing hysterically at the bizarre display.(13) Many people look askance at pension companies and pension salespeople.(14) a waiter looked askance at his jeans(15) the reformers looked askance at the mystical tradition(16) Bonachela knows that there are people in contemporary dance who look askance at his commercial work.
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