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Another word for glare

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Verb
  1. To stare fixedly and angrily

      1. To wrinkle or contract the brow as an expression of anger or disapproval.
      2. To express (displeasure, for example) with a frowning facial expression.
      3. A look of anger or frowning disapproval.
      1. To look angry, sullen, or threatening.
      2. To appear dark or stormy, as the sky.
      3. A threatening, sullen, or angry look.
      1. To look or stare angrily or sullenly:
      2. An angry or sullen look or stare.
  2. To be projected with blinding intensity

    See also:

    light

  3. To be obtrusively conspicuous

Noun
  1. A fixed angry stare

      1. To wrinkle or contract the brow as an expression of anger or disapproval.
      2. To express (displeasure, for example) with a frowning facial expression.
      3. A look of anger or frowning disapproval.
      1. To look angry, sullen, or threatening.
      2. To appear dark or stormy, as the sky.
      3. A threatening, sullen, or angry look.
      1. To look or stare angrily or sullenly:
      2. An angry or sullen look or stare.
  2. An intense blinding light

    See also:

    light

Another word for glare

Noun
  1. Harsh light

      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. The state or quality of being bright.
      2. The effect or sensation by means of which an observer is able to distinguish differences in luminance.
      3. The dimension of a color that represents its similarity to one of a series of achromatic colors ranging from very dim (dark) to very bright (dazzling).
      1. To dim the vision of, especially to blind with intense light.
      2. To amaze, overwhelm, or bewilder with spectacular display:
      3. To become blinded.
    See also:

    light

  2. An angry stare

Verb
  1. To shine brightly

      1. To send out rays or waves.
      2. To issue or emerge in rays or waves:
      3. To extend in straight lines from or toward a center; diverge or converge like rays:
      1. To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame:
      2. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color:
      3. To flush; blush.
      1. A squared-off log or a large, oblong piece of timber, metal, or stone used especially as a horizontal support in construction.
      2. A transverse structural member of a ship's frame, used to support a deck and to brace the sides against stress.
      3. The breadth of a ship at the widest point.
    See also:

    shine

  2. To stare fiercely