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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"When they would see us in the yard, they would glare at us and say 'I know you're the ones who called police on us.'"
Mrs Hooper said: "The community will have no respite from this monstrosity that will glare at us from sunrise to sunset.
Charles Duncan, my Reporting I teacher at the UO, would flunk us for an assignment with a fact error and glare at us if it involved a name.
But, you know what they say, mud - or in this case dog mess - sticks, and for months now we've been able to feel the neighbours' looks as they glare at us, just assuming we're guilty as charged.
"They'd glare at us and shout, 'What a disgrace' or 'That boy is a spoilt wee brat'."
AS FIVE of us sat down in a pub in Criccieth recently to chatter very much about nothing, putting the world's little foibles to rights, the couple on the next table began to glare at us.
Every time its right front foot hit the ground, it let out a loud "REOW." The cat must have heard us laughing at this strange sight because, it stopped, turned its head to glare at us a moment, then continued its journey.