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It doesn't specifically convey judgment of something inappropriate, just a silent exchange between people. But is a common use of the look that two people "exchange looks" to keep a mutual judgment silent. Although I agree with Mitch's "a knowing glance", I think I prefer We exchanged looks several times lesser-syllabic "a knowing look".
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You could also use the more contemporary expression "side eye". Josh Rumbut Josh Rumbut 2 5.
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gimes My answer is "a knowing look". And I also gave credit to Mitch, who wrote "a knowing glance", and from whom I am not asking for any clarification.
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