1 strong light
ADJ. blinding, full, harsh, hot | sudden A sudden glare of headlights lit the driveway.
VERB + GLARE reflect The walls were whitewashed to reflect the glare of the sun. | reduce We wore sunglasses to reduce the glare from the road. | be blinded by, be dazzled by For a moment she was blinded by the harsh glare of the sun. | be caught in The rabbit was caught in the glare of the car's headlights.
PREP. against the ~ We screwed up our eyes against the blinding glare from the searchlights. | in/under the ~ of Under the glare of the street lamps, visibility was good. | ~ from
PHRASES the glare of publicity (figurative) The divorce was conducted in the full glare of media publicity.
2 angry look
ADJ. angry, baleful, defiant, furious, hostile, malevolent, menacing, withering | icy, steely, stony | warning
VERB + GLARE fix sb with, give sb, send sb, shoot (sb), turn on sb She fixed her questioner with an icy glare. He sent her a glare that was full of suspicion. She shot a warning glare at her companion. He turned his baleful glare on the cowering suspect.
ADV. angrily, balefully, fiercely, furiously | back I looked at her and she glared angrily back.
PREP. (down/up) at He stood at the bottom of the stairs, glaring up at us.