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glared

verb as in give a dirty look

verb as in shine very brightly

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Example Sentences

For an instant Clinton wheeled around and glared, astonished that someone would break the magic of the moment.

Ramesh glared at Xerox, who was lying penitently on a bed, as he had been ordered to do.

She glared at the older girl—the girl so much better situated than herself.

Kerry glared after the retreating figures for a moment, and a grin of fierce satisfaction revealed his gleaming teeth.

He rolled over and glared at Cash, who had cooked his supper and was sitting down to eat it alone.

Uncle Dick did not relish my retraction, and his near-sighted eyes glared at me in disgust.

It glared into his eyes like a fiend of hell; it was fiery, sharp as steel—and it had to be seized with the naked hands!

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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glared, such as: stare, frown, glower, gawk, scowl, and gape.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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