Cross-looking in a sentence

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How to use cross-looking in a sentence. Cross-looking pronunciation.

Other girls' mothers had pretty faces and her mother's face was all red and cross-looking.
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Beside him was a little, dried-up, cross-looking man in fatigue cap and soiled linen duster, who kept making loud and unfavorable comments upon the drill, although he did not look as though he knew anything about it.
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And in the nursery window, instead of little Mabel and Charlie's merry faces, there was a cross-looking old woman with her head bent down over her knitting.
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By him stood a cross-looking policeman, a pedlar, a postman, a clerk, an old woman with a parasol, and a short-haired boy with an empty basket.
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The red-headed, cross-looking, fat woman at the second table is Miss White, who has classes in music and drawing.
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Examples of Cross-looking

Example #1
Other girls' mothers had pretty hair, but her mother had straight hair and little of it.
Example #2
Her mother worked for Mr. Morse and so she could never bring her friends to their rooms lest she should annoy the Morses.
Example #3
As soon as Captain Hubbard learned that the Governor was among the spectators, he brought the Rangers into line and rode up to the carriage and saluted.
Example #4
The Rangers were going through a mounted drill, acquitting themselves very creditably they thought, when some one in the ranks became aware that they had a distinguished visitor in the person of the Governor of the State, who sat in a carriage looking on.
Example #5
What could be the matter?
Example #6
But the house looked very deserted and strange; the shutters of the lower rooms were up, and the bed-rooms had no blinds in the windows and looked empty and forlorn.