shoot daggers at (one)

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shoot daggers at (one)

To glare at someone very angrily, spitefully, or disdainfully. I noticed the bride shooting daggers at the best man as he started making vulgar jokes during his speech.
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The 44-year-old was about to tackle the seminal "To be or not to be" speech from the Shakespearean classic when the noise from a mobile broke his concentration, causing him to stand at the lip of the stage and shoot daggers at the flustered man rummaging desperately through his bag in order to turn it off.