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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLARING

"I say she shan't marry you," said Dick, glaring at the other.

The light, in short, as his was, is too glaring to be borne.

She stood out with absolute distinctness in the glaring light.

"There'll be somebody else as the chief identifier," said Bagley, glaring at Turl.

He gathered hat and stick, glaring indignantly at each of them and then at us.

"It was," said the man, glaring back, with eyes afire with fury.

Every way he looked in this glaring wilderness of desert and rocks were enemies.

Drumming his own fingers on his own desk and glaring at his own desk sergeant, he purged his soul.

He choked on the word and worked his jaw, glaring at them; but he said no more.

And after glaring at me wildly he would go on, jubilating and sneering.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from present participle of glare. Meaning "obtrusively conspicuous" is from 1706.

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