glare at (someone or something)

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glare at (someone or something)

To look at someone or something with anger. Vivian always used to glare at me, so I thought for sure she didn't like me. Glaring at that parking ticket won't make it go away, you know.
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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.
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References in classic literature ?
They still had a very furious look, and, if Cadmus happened to glance aside, would glare at one another, with fire flashing out of their eyes.
JUSTIN McCARTHY strode out of the Parnell Park clubhouse, only stopping to glare at one journalist he believes to be too close to the players who remain sidelined by Limerick's hurling civil war.
However, how can we preach the gospel of tolerance and the creed of understanding while at the same time segregating children according to the religious beliefs of their parents Aside from the fact that this gives children less scope to develop their own identities, this is a great way to create a volatile society where ethnic groups glare at one another across a chasm of incomprehension.
Nearly 1 million hostile troops glare at one another across Korea's DMZ.