Definition: shine intensely and blindingly; stare fixedly and angrily; N.
Definition: shine intensely and blindingly; stare fixedly and angrily; N.
Sentences Containing 'glare'
The summer light struck into the corner brilliantly in the earlier part of the day; but, when the streets grew hot, the corner was in shadow, though not in shadow so remote but that you could see beyond it into a glare of brightness.
A metal roof reflects so much light that the eyes are dazzled by it, and a whitewashed fence injures the eyes because of the glare which comes from the reflected light.
If the beam of light falls upon a sheet of paper, or upon a photograph, instead of upon a smooth polished surface, no definite reflected ray will be seen, but a glare will be produced by the scattering of the beam of light.
Materials which are not exposed directly to an intense and prolonged illumination retain their whiteness for a long time, and hence dress materials and hats which have been bleached with sulphurous acid should be protected from the sun's glare when not in use.
At midnight the glare of a lantern shone in my eyes, and the night watchman said`Come!
The chief mate took his stand in the glare of a torch basket, a coil of rope in his hand, and his men grouped about him.
As we crept toward the shore, in the thick darkness, a blinding glory of white electric light burst suddenly from our forecastle, and lit up the water and the warehouses as with a noon day glare.
This was the curving frontage of the crescent city lit up with the white glare of five miles of electric lights.
Peppino obeyed, and Franz and the count were in utter darkness, except that fifty paces in advance of them a reddish glare, more evident since Peppino had put out his torch, was visible along the wall.
How well I recollect our sitting there, talking in whispers; or their talking, and my respectfully listening, I ought rather to say; the moonlight falling a little way into the room, through the window, painting a pale window on the floor, and the greater part of us in shadow, except when Steerforth dipped a match into a phosphorus-box, when he wanted to look for anything on the board, and shed a blue glare over us that was gone directly!
On being asked by a mild boy (not me) how he would proceed if he did begin to see him do it, he dipped a match into his phosphorus-box on purpose to shed a glare over his reply, and said he would commence by knocking him down with a blow on the forehead from the seven-and-sixpenny ink-bottle that was always on the mantelpiece.
He was always well dressed, very neat and plain, but his eyes were weak, just as mine are, and he wore tinted glasses against the glare."
He looked about him anxiously in the glare of the lamp, and I could see that his face was pale and his eyes heavy, like those of a man who is weighed down with some great anxiety.
At the moment when Holmes struck the light I heard a low, clear whistle, but the sudden glare flashing into my weary eyes made it impossible for me to tell what it was at which my friend lashed so savagely.
And every second or two there'd come a glare that lit up the white-caps for a half a mile around, and you'd see the islands looking dusty through the rain, and the trees thrashing around in the wind; then comes a H-WHACK!--bum!
Traddles and I were separated at table, being billeted in two remote corners: he in the glare of a red velvet lady; I, in the gloom of Hamlet's aunt.
All of a sudden the lightning let go a perfect sluice of white glare, and somebody sings out: "By the living jingo, here's the bag of gold on his breast!"
'Well, one very hot morning--my fourth, I think--as I was seeking shelter from the heat and glare in a colossal ruin near the great house where I slept and fed, there happened this strange thing: Clambering among these heaps of masonry, I found a narrow gallery, whose end and side windows were blocked by fallen masses of stone.
Great shapes like big machines rose out of the dimness, and cast grotesque black shadows, in which dim spectral Morlocks sheltered from the glare.
I determined to strike another match and escape under the protection of its glare.
My plan was to go as far as possible that night, and then, building a fire, to sleep in the protection of its glare.
But when I had watched the gestures of one of them groping under the hawthorn against the red sky, and heard their moans, I was assured of their absolute helplessness and misery in the glare, and I struck no more of them.
'At last I sat down on the summit of the hillock, and watched this strange incredible company of blind things groping to and fro, and making uncanny noises to each other, as the glare of the fire beat on them.
To the north-eastward, the glare of snow lay under the starlight of the sable sky and I could see an undulating crest of hillocks pinkish white.
It was a sombre evening, with a lurid light in the sky; and as I saw the prospect scowling in the distance, with here and there some larger object starting up into the sullen glare, I fancied it was no inapt companion to the memory of this fierce woman.
The clash and glare of sundry fiery Works upon the river-side, arose by night to disturb everything except the heavy and unbroken smoke that poured out of their chimneys.
But there was a certain dash and glare about him that caught her.
Too expensive and jolly, again thought I, pausing one moment to watch the broad glare in the street, and hear the sounds of the tinkling glasses within.
The waif-pole was thrust upright into the dead whale's spout-hole; and the lantern hanging from its top, cast a troubled flickering glare upon the black, glossy back, and far out upon the midnight waves, which gently chafed the whale's broad flank, like soft surf upon a beach.
At the base of the mainmast, full beneath the doubloon and the flame, the Parsee was kneeling in Ahab's front, but with his head bowed away from him; while near by, from the arched and overhanging rigging, where they had just been engaged securing a spar, a number of the seamen, arrested by the glare, now cohered together, and hung pendulous, like a knot of numbed wasps from a drooping, orchard twig.
However, the mountain peaks are covered in snow and glare brightly in sun.
"Eocarcharia"’s brow is swollen into a massive band of bone, giving it a menacing glare (leading to the specific name "dinops" or "fierce-eyed").
A characteristic addition to the 1250 class in 1961 was a sun visor to help reduce glare.
It included a choice of 5 body colours (Calcite White, Jupiter Red, Cosmos Black, Polar Silver(optional), Lotus Blue(optional)), black interior (fabric), 16-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlight and headlight washer, active light system, cornering light, light and sight package (anti-glare room mirror, sun visor with illuminating mirror, rain sensor, elevator light, reading light(rear), locator lighting, outside vehicle lamp shutdown delay).
It included a choice of 5 body colours (Calcite White, Jupiter Red, Cosmos Black, Polar Silver(optional), Lotus Blue(optional)), black interior colour (leather), sports package, bi-xenon headlight and headlight washer, active light system, cornering light, power seat (front), light and sight package (anti-glare room mirror, sun visor with illuminating mirror, rain sensor, elevator light, reading light(rear), locator lighting, outside vehicle lamp shutdown delay), media interface.
One indication of the politicized selection process is how much time each nominee spends being questioned under the glare of media coverage; before 1925, nominees were never questioned; after 1955, every nominee has been required to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee and answer questions; and the times spent being grilled have lengthened from single digits (before 1980) to double digits today.
Matte displays feature a light scattering anti-glare layer, which reduces glare at the cost of decreased contrast and color intensity under dimly lit conditions.
The options would be either to stay behind the wall and face a twelve foot glare, or view the band who were positioned in a configuration facing the stage.
Also looking outside from the window of his lab, Prof. Shonku sees the sadhu hanging from a tree in his garden, giving the professor an angry glare.
The New York Times Book Review stated""The Badlands Saloon" is filled with hallucinatory incidents and flamboyant barflies...Before the summer’s out, young Ollie will learn the usual life lessons, amid much faux wisdom that crumbles under the glare of the trailer park lights.
In addition to the intrinsic difficulty of detecting such a faint light source, the light from the parent star causes a glare that washes it out.
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