Sour-looking in a sentence

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He hurried out of the great loft-like place, and encountered the sour-looking man Pierre. "Here!
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No matter how he changed his position, no matter what he did, the feeling was strong upon him that old Andregg's servant was watching him; and the stronger this idea grew upon him the more he felt compelled to turn and look back, just as if the eyes of the sour-looking fellow had some peculiar fascination which he could not resist.
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The _portiere_, a sour-looking, bent old woman with a very dirty duster tied about her head, hobbled out from her little dark den at the foot of the stairs, and handed him the key of his apartment.
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They passed on, some being met and embraced by waiting friends; and next came an elderly, sour-looking dame, who regarded me with ill-favor.
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He hurried out of the great loft-like place, and encountered the sour-looking man Pierre.
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The rest decided that although the stamp was American, as it was the head of a somewhat sour-looking old gentleman it could not be that of the great Washington, but of one of the later Presidents of the United States.
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Despite the rain, and the painful scenes gone through but yesterday, and the sour-looking ring of men and women gathered to see the start, I was in high spirits as we went spinning down the Carlisle road, with my heart leaping to the crack of the postilion's whip.
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Examples of Sour-looking

Example #1
Pierre, whose hair was full of scraps of hay, took off his cap and scratched his head.
Example #2
They've been up ever so long, and gone somewhere without me.
Example #3
But even this came to an end; for, refreshed by the food, and after submitting to an examination by Melchior, who wished to make sure that his feet were not frozen in the least, a peculiar sensation of drowsy warmth came over the boy so strongly, that one minute he was trying to paint his sufferings on the snow when he felt that he had lost Dale, the next he was lying back wrapped in a blanket, breathing hard and sleeping as soundly in that dwarf pine-wood on the ledge of the huge mountain as if he had been back in London, with policemen regularly parading the street outside.
Example #4
The meal, though, was not altogether pleasant to Saxe, who found that every time he raised his eyes Pierre was staring at him in the peculiar apathetic way which had irritated him so before.
Example #5
I accepted the invitation, and followed him in.
Example #6
We had met near the Odeon, and, as our roads lay in the same direction, had gone on walking and talking till we came to Mueller's own door in the Rue Clovis.