v. चौंधना, चौंधाना, तीव्र प्रकाश से चमकना
a. शीशे के समान
"Gregor, you. . ." cried out his sister with a raised fist and an urgent glare.
A red glare came from an outward-bound steamer that was coaling.
He glared at the bartender before leaving.
He glared at the girls with his fiery red eyes and cried, "What are you doing just looking? Can you not come here and help me?"
Where angels might have sat enthroned, devils lurked, and glared out menacing.
I lit one end and held it high above my head. Its yellow glare illumined the dark arches and the slabs. The figures were gone! I suddenly felt very alone in the church, but was I really?
My boss glared at me and I glared back at him.
a fall into a red planet where men and things were covered with the film of smoke and the glare of fire. He saw the village under a dark canopy spotted with sparks and glowing embers.
and after the fusillade of a lot of country folk, or the sacking and burning of a hamlet, devoted themselves to reading the poets and philosophers by the glare of the blaze which they had kindled.
By the glare of the bluish searchlights which were spreading a livid clearness over the sea, began the unloading of passengers and baggage for Paris, from the transatlantic into the tenders.
2. flash: flare, glitter, lustre, sparkle, brilliance, dazzle
3. scowl: glower
4. dazzle: gleam, shine
5. frown: scowl, glower, lower, gloat