Meaning of balefully in English:

balefully

Pronunciation /ˈbeɪlfəli/

Translate balefully into Spanish

adverb

See baleful

‘Mum expressed this by huffing from room to room muttering about road deaths and glaring at me balefully, pausing to sigh ‘it's not that I don't trust you, love.’’
  • ‘He once remarked balefully that ‘in England I am too much an American, and in America, too much an Englishman.’’
  • ‘It is such a retro settlement that the working men's club glares balefully across Main Street at the Conservative club, like the post-industrial revolution never happened.’
  • ‘I looked balefully at the empty restaurant, wondering why we couldn't just sit, but that's against the rules.’
  • ‘She blinked balefully down her long, greasy nose at me and then grabbed his arm, wordlessly dragging him off to the dance floor.’