a scowl; a facial expression or anger, disapproval, or disgust
Jahn confirms it: “He does slam down the bat, and he gives the umpire a dirty look.”
She answered him with a dirty look—not exactly bra burning, but perhaps a more effective form of feminism for our time.
The laughing, girlish eyes evaded a dirty look from the little friend.
He spun around on his cracked stool and the waitress gave him a dirty look.
He gave Alan a dirty look, as though his insistence on preflighting were the root of their problems.
I gave them a dirty look and dropped out, and after four straight losses, Redman did likewise.
They had not that low, vicious, squalid, dirty look which the women at former periods have had when they first arrived.
Deprived of Anatole's services, all he was likely to give the wife of his b. was a dirty look.