168-177) Also there were upon the shield droves of boars and lions who glared
at each other, being furious and eager: the rows of them moved on together, and neither side trembled but both bristled up their manes.
Here, where the mimic eagle glared
in gold, A midnight vigil holds the swarthy bat
Therefore, the tormented spirit that glared
out of bodily eyes, when what seemed Ahab rushed from his room, was for the time but a vacated thing, a formless somnambulistic being, a ray of living light, to be sure, but without an object to color, and therefore a blankness in itself.
Sprawling over that seaman's silent and trusted adviser, with one elbow upon the coast of Africa and the other planted in the neighbourhood of Cape Hatteras (it was a general track-chart of the North Atlantic), my skipper lifted his rugged, hairy face, and glared
at me in a half-exasperated, half-appealing way.
Hearing this, the King glared
at his Counselor with a furious expression and tugged at his own long white whiskers until he pulled them so hard that he yelled with pain.