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Another word for glance

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Verb
  1. To look briefly and quickly

      1. To utter short, soft, high-pitched sounds, like those of a baby bird; cheep.
      2. To speak in a hesitant, thin, high-pitched voice.
      3. A short, soft, high-pitched sound or utterance, like that of a baby bird.
      1. To glance quickly.
      2. To look or peer furtively, as from a place of concealment.
      3. To be only partially visible, as if peering or emerging from hiding:
      1. A brief, incomplete view or look.
      2. A brief flash of light.
      3. To obtain a brief, incomplete view of.
    See also:

    see

  2. To emit light suddenly in rays or sparks

    See also:

    light

  3. To strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected

      1. To move by hopping on one foot and then the other.
      2. To leap lightly about.
      3. To bounce over or be deflected from a surface; skim or ricochet:
      1. To remove floating matter from (a liquid).
      2. To remove (floating matter) from a liquid.
      3. To embezzle (money) by taking a small portion on each transaction:
      1. To rebound at least once from a surface.
      2. The act or an instance of ricocheting.
      1. To feed on growing grasses and herbage.
      2. To eat a variety of appetizers as a full meal.
      3. To eat snacks throughout the day in place of full meals.
      1. To fish by letting a baited hook fall gently onto the water.
      2. To dip lightly or quickly into water, as a bird does.
      3. To skip or bounce, especially over the surface of water.
      1. A collision followed by a rebound.
      2. A shot in billiards in which the cue ball successively strikes two other balls.
      3. A similar shot in a related game, such as pool.
    See also:

    strike

Noun
  1. A quick look

      1. A male goose.
      2. A look or glance:
      3. A simpleton; a ninny.
      1. To utter short, soft, high-pitched sounds, like those of a baby bird; cheep.
      2. To speak in a hesitant, thin, high-pitched voice.
      3. A short, soft, high-pitched sound or utterance, like that of a baby bird.
      1. To glance quickly.
      2. To look or peer furtively, as from a place of concealment.
      3. To be only partially visible, as if peering or emerging from hiding:
      1. A brief, incomplete view or look.
      2. A brief flash of light.
      3. To obtain a brief, incomplete view of.
      1. To become red in the face, especially from modesty, embarrassment, or shame; flush.
      2. To become red or rosy.
      3. To feel embarrassed or ashamed:
    See also:

    see

  2. A sudden quick light

      1. To close and open the eyelid of one eye deliberately, as to convey a message, signal, or suggestion.
      2. To close and open the eyelids of both eyes; blink.
      3. To shine fitfully; twinkle:
      1. To shine with slight, intermittent gleams, as distant lights or stars; flicker; glimmer.
      2. To be bright or sparkling, as with merriment or delight:
      3. To blink or wink the eyes.
      1. One thrown off from a burning substance.
      2. One resulting from friction.
      3. One remaining in an otherwise extinguished fire; an ember.
      1. A momentary flash of light; a sparkle:
      2. A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
      3. To gleam or give out small flashes of light, usually by reflection:
      1. A dim or intermittent flicker or flash of light.
      2. A faint manifestation or indication; a trace:
      3. To emit a dim, intermittent light:
      1. A brief beam or flash of light:
      2. A steady but subdued shining; a glow:
      3. A brief or dim indication; a trace:
      1. To move waveringly; flutter:
      2. To burn or shine unsteadily or fitfully:
      3. To be displayed with fluctuating brightness:
      1. To burst forth into or as if into flame.
      2. To give off light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.
      3. To appear or occur suddenly:
      1. a coruscating; sparkling
      2. a flash or gleam of light
      3. a sudden brilliant display, as of wit
      1. To close and open one or both of the eyes rapidly.
      2. To look in astonishment or disbelief, typically with the eyes blinking:
      3. To look through half-closed eyes, as in a bright glare; squint:
    See also:

    light

Idioms:

    over

  1. To look through reading matter casually

Another word for glance

Noun
Verb
  1. To look

      1. A brief, incomplete view or look.
      2. A brief flash of light.
      3. To obtain a brief, incomplete view of.
      1. To utter short, soft, high-pitched sounds, like those of a baby bird; cheep.
      2. To speak in a hesitant, thin, high-pitched voice.
      3. A short, soft, high-pitched sound or utterance, like that of a baby bird.
      1. To perceive with the eye:
      2. To detect by means analogous to use of the eye:
      3. To attend or view as a spectator:
    See also:

    look

  2. To ricochet

      1. To rebound after having struck an object or a surface.
      2. To move jerkily; bump:
      3. To bound:
      1. A slender, pointed missile, often having tail fins, thrown by hand, shot from a blowgun, or expelled by an exploding bomb.
      2. A game in which such missiles are thrown at a target.
      3. An object likened to such a missile.
      1. To feed on growing grasses and herbage.
      2. To eat a variety of appetizers as a full meal.
      3. To eat snacks throughout the day in place of full meals.
      1. To cause or permit a part of the body, especially the hand or fingers, to come in contact with so as to feel:
      2. To bring something into light contact with:
      3. To bring (one thing) into light contact with something else:
      1. To remove floating matter from (a liquid).
      2. To remove (floating matter) from a liquid.
      3. To embezzle (money) by taking a small portion on each transaction:
      1. An implement typically consisting of bristles fastened into a handle, used in scrubbing, polishing, grooming, or applying a liquid.
      2. The act of using this implement.
      3. A sweeping stroke of the hand, as in removing something.
      1. To lurch or swerve while in motion:
      2. To move forward rapidly, especially with a swaying motion or with minimal control; career:
      3. To lean to one side, as a ship sailing in the wind.
      1. To spring or bounce back after hitting or colliding with something.
      2. To recover, as from depression or disappointment.
      3. To reecho; resound.
      1. A collision followed by a rebound.
      2. A shot in billiards in which the cue ball successively strikes two other balls.
      3. A similar shot in a related game, such as pool.
      1. To move over a surface while maintaining smooth continuous contact.
      2. To participate in a sport that involves such movement:
      3. To lose a secure footing or positioning; slip:
      1. To move by hopping on one foot and then the other.
      2. To leap lightly about.
      3. To bounce over or be deflected from a surface; skim or ricochet:
    See also:

    hit