glance at (someone or something)

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glance at (someone or something)

To look at someone or something very quickly and discreetly. That boy just glanced at you again! I think he likes you! OK, I only glanced at the map, but I'm pretty sure we're lost!
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glance at someone or something

to look quickly at someone or something. Sharon glanced at Todd to see if he looked as if he was ready to go. I glanced at my watch and realized how long all this had taken.
See also: glance
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
As we approached a well, near a house, to get a drink, the owner merely glanced at us and went within.
I did not even know how to deal with China because there was this ruckus between Aquino and China and they never really even glanced at us," he said.
I watched the two women talking with each other and then watched as they glanced at us their husbands, unaware we were there and continued with a new topic or was it the second episode of the first topic or a new chapter of an old event, it didn't matter.
He glanced at us briefly, mumbled, "Whatever, he does walking stuff all the time," and then turned his back to fiddle with some toys lying by the television.
The duchess glanced at us and asked if it was OK and we said yes."
One picked up her head and glanced at us as we slowed to look, as if to welcome me to the Canadian Rockies.
A toy horse, its head abusively bound in burlap, has glanced at us but now avoids our eye as if fearing more punishment.
We watched in terror as the black hear sauntered slowly onto the path, glanced at us curiously, and then lumbered on up the hill.
Molly glanced at us scornfully before walking away.