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askance
used in Catch-22

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Definition
with disapproval, distrust, or suspicion

or:

directed to one side — especially a sideways glance
  • They scampered for their things in panic, stooping hurriedly and looking askance at each gentle, knee-high wave bubbling in as though some ugly, red, grisly organ like a liver or a lung might come washing right up against them.
    Chapter 30 — Dunbar (85% in)

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