rivet (one's) glare on (someone or something)(redirected from rivet your glare on)
rivet (one's) glare on (someone or something)
To focus one's angry gaze or attention completely and continuously (on someone or something). Oh no, she's still mad at me—she riveted her glare on me as soon as I got here. I saw that the boss was riveting his glare on the sales figures I had put up on the white board.
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