A black look suffused the leader's face at Hanlon's impertinent "can you dish it out, Mister?"
As she departed she turned and cast a black look at the Adherent.
The first was swarthy and long and lean, with an alert, black look, and a mole upon his cheek.
"Then get off my lands at once," he said, sternly, and with a black look.
He asked Sancroft's blessing, and got only a sharp word, and a black look.
Nor had her fancy been astray; since in reality for her was that black look.
Not at all: one black look from an ill-visaged gentleman who accompanies you; and the account is rubbed off the slate in a jiffy.
Mr Jennings,” said the first mate to me, “what is that black look in the water ahead!
As for Henry, he let these things pass in silence, sometimes with a sad and sometimes with a black look.
Simon whispered, earning himself a black look from de Verceuil.