- adv. 斜视地；怀疑地；不赞许地
(used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy;
"her eyes with their misted askance look"
with suspicion or disapproval;
"he looked askance at the offer"
with a side or oblique glance;
"did not quite turn all the way back but looked askance at me with her dark eyes"
- The young man looked askance at the price.
- The older women in the town looked askance at what the young people were doing.
- She looked at me rather askance.
They meet, they dart away, they wheel askance.出自： J. Beattie
Looking askance on each other as possible enemies.出自： R. L. Stevenson
Down there they are dubious and askance.出自： T. Hardy
One looked askance at that habit of his of writing poetry.出自： P. G. Wodehouse
Looking at all this in here with a wild askance shrinking eye.出自： E. Bowen
The habit of seeing things askance or out of the corner of his eye.出自： V. S. Pritchett