glare, blaze, brilliance(noun)
a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted
"a glare of sunlight"
an angry stare
limelight, spotlight, glare, public eye(verb)
a focus of public attention
"he enjoyed being in the limelight"; "when Congress investigates it brings the full glare of publicity to the agency"
look at with a fixed gaze
"The girl glared at the man who tried to make a pass at her"
be sharply reflected
"The moon glared back at itself from the lake's surface"
"The sun glared down on us"
An intense, blinding light.
Showy brilliance; gaudiness.
An angry or fierce stare.
A call collision; when an incoming call occurs at the same time of an outgoing call.
To stare angrily.
He walked in late, with the teacher glaring at him the whole time.
To shine brightly.
The sun glared down on the desert sand.
to shine with a bright, dazzling light
to look with fierce, piercing eyes; to stare earnestly, angrily, or fiercely
to be bright and intense, as certain colors; to be ostentatiously splendid or gay
to shoot out, or emit, as a dazzling light
a bright, dazzling light; splendor that dazzles the eyes; a confusing and bewildering light
a fierce, piercing look or stare
a viscous, transparent substance. See Glair
a smooth, bright, glassy surface; as, a glare of ice
smooth and bright or translucent; -- used almost exclusively of ice; as, skating on glare ice
Origin: [See Glary, and Glare, n.]
GLARE is a "Glass Laminate Aluminium Reinforced Epoxy" FML, composed of several very thin layers of metal interspersed with layers of glass-fibre "pre-preg", bonded together with a matrix such as epoxy. The uni-directional pre-preg layers may be aligned in different directions to suit the predicted stress conditions. Although GLARE is a composite material, its material properties and fabrication are very similar to bulk aluminum metal sheets. It has far less in common with composite structures when it comes to design, manufacture, inspection or maintenance. GLARE parts are constructed and repaired using mostly conventional metal material techniques. Its major advantages over conventional aluminium are: ⁕Better "damage tolerance" behaviour ⁕Better corrosion resistance ⁕Better fire resistance ⁕Lower specific weight Furthermore, it is possible to "tailor" the material during design and manufacture such that the number, type and alignment of layers can suit the local stresses and shapes throughout the aircraft. This allows the production of double-curved sections, complex integrated panels or very large sheets, for example.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
glār, n. a clear, dazzling light: overpowering lustre: a piercing look.—v.i. to shine with a clear, dazzling light: to be ostentatiously splendid: to look with piercing eyes.—adj. Glar′ing, bright and dazzling: barefaced: notorious.—adv. Glar′ingly.—n. Glar′ingness. [Perh. from A.S. glær, a pellucid substance, amber.]
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Relatively bright light, or the dazzling sensation of relatively bright light, which produces unpleasantness or discomfort, or which interferes with optimal VISION, OCULAR. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed)
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'glare' in Verbs Frequency: #1070
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The numerical value of glare in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of glare in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of glare in a Sentence
There are two kinds of light -- the glow that illumines, and the glare that obscures.
There are two kinds of light--the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures.
Jurors are looking the entire time, some glare and stare at the defendant the entire trial.
The sensibility of a celebrity is keep own child away from media glare and all sort of own public activity.
The sensibility of a celebrity is to keep own child away from the media glare and all sort of own public activity.
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