glare[ glair ]SEE DEFINITION OF glare
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLARE
Then he ventured into the heat and glare of Broadway where humanity stewed and wilted.
He bent his head forward challengingly, to meet the glare of his accuser's eyes.
Carlotta's eyes were blinded for a moment by the glare of the house lights.
They would have stiffened in astonishment could they have translated the "glare."
The first look that they gave at the upper world was a glare of wrath and defiance.
As he spoke he glared at her as a lion might glare at thought of being defeated by a cub.
I would show it up in broad daylight, bringing out every detail in the glare.
I cannot any longer endure the glare of these lamps and dresses!
Their eyes seemed to glare through the holes in their black masks.
The glare of the Hanbridge furnaces was subdued to a faint glimmer.