glare


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Synonyms for glare

scowl

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dazzle

scowl

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Synonyms for glare

to stare fixedly and angrily

to be projected with blinding intensity

to be obtrusively conspicuous

a fixed angry stare

an intense blinding light

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Synonyms for glare

a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted

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an angry stare

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a focus of public attention

look at with a fixed gaze

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be sharply reflected

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shine intensely

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Nothing was burning on the hillside, though from the common there still came a red glare and a rolling tumult of ruddy smoke beating up against the drench- ing hail.
At length there came a flash so appallingly bright that in its glare Nature seemed to be standing still.
The only obstruction was from a silk curtain, drawn across the window to keep out the glare.
I saw more things on that starry night, by that blood-red glare, than I have told you in their order, and more things than I shall tell you now.
My gorge rose at the long, low billows-sleek as black satin - lifting and dipping in this ghastly glare.
Now and then during the night horses had galloped at a smart pace over the Buytenhof, the heavy tramp of the patrols had resounded from the pavement, and the slow matches of the arquebuses, flaring in the east wind, had thrown up at intervals a sudden glare as far as to the panes of his window.
Long lines of dull brick houses were only relieved by the coarse glare and tawdry brilliancy of public houses at the corner.
It was strongly relieved against the darkness outside by the glare of the guttering candles.
The man was hurrying to the door, when suddenly there came towards them on the wind, the loud and rapid tolling of an alarm-bell, and then a bright and vivid glare streamed up, which illumined, not only the whole chamber, but all the country.
The glare grew brighter, the roar of voices deeper; the crash of heavy bodies falling, shook the air; bright streams of sparks rose up into the sky; but louder than them all-- rising faster far, to Heaven--a million times more fierce and furious--pouring forth dreadful secrets after its long silence-- speaking the language of the dead--the Bell--the Bell!
The glare of the flames had sunk into a fitful, flashing light; and the gentle stars, invisible till now, looked down upon the blackening heap.
Arrived at the table, she took her rigid seat, after favouring Mr Sampson with a glare for himself, which caused the young gentleman to retire to his place in much confusion.
Mr Sampson became thoughtfully red, and felt called upon to encircle Miss Lavinia's waist with his arm; but, encountering a large pin in the young lady's belt, scarified a finger, uttered a sharp exclamation, and attracted the lightning of Mrs Wilfer's glare.
Created for use in locations where sunlight and fluorescent lighting may cause potential glare, the expanded line of ViewGuard Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protectors are now available at BuyViewGuard.
The sunglasses are being developed for the $2 billion US sunglasses market, as well as for entirely new markets such as fighting headlight glare at night.