glare at

glare at someone or something

to scowl at someone or something. Don't glare at me! I glared at the cat and thought mean thoughts.
See also: glare
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The square moves with the wearer to block the source of glare at any angle, but still allows the surroundings to remain visible.
The square moves with the wearer to block the source of glare at any angle but still allows the surroundings to remain visible.
The sunglasses are being developed for the $2 billion US sunglasses market, as well as for entirely new markets such as fighting headlight glare at night.
In addition to the glare reflected to the Promenade, Pasadena-based Schiler and Associates analyzed the glare at the four intersections nearest the hall to determine the presence of reflections that could affect drivers and pedestrians.
A spotty windshield can both reduce visibility and increase headlight glare at night.