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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'Mutton to your Ma, Bella, my dear'; and 'Lavvy, I dare say your Ma would take some lettuce if you were to put it on her plate.' Mrs Wilfer's manner of receiving those viands was marked by petrified absence of mind; in which state, likewise, she partook of them, occasionally laying down her knife and fork, as saying within her own spirit, 'What is this I am doing?' and glaring at one or other of the party, as if in indignant search of information.
*1969 -1971 -- The Rogers Plans*: US Secretary of State William Rogers proposes three plans that focused on ending warfare between Israel and Egypt, whose forces were then glaring at one another across the Suez Canal.
They flitted in for refreshments at intermissions while Squirrelly and Jay were glaring at one another with mutual hate.
La Mirage stands glaring at one corner of the main street.
It's just that I can't bear the thought of the day being spoilt if my parents are glaring at one another or causing an atmosphere.
At the annual Foire des Poetes in Paris, held in the mayoral offices of the sixth arrondissement, quite the contrary, what you see are francophone poets glaring at one another, rivals for renown, utterly irrespective of merit.