[glair-ing] /ˈglɛər ɪŋ/
shining with or reflecting a harshly bright or brilliant light.
very conspicuous or obvious; flagrant:
several glaring errors in spelling.
staring in a fiercely or angrily piercing manner.
excessively showy or bright; garish.
a very harsh, bright, dazzling light:
in the glare of sunlight.
a fiercely or angrily piercing stare.
dazzling or showy appearance; showiness.
verb (used without object), glared, glaring.
to shine with or reflect a very harsh, bright, dazzling light.
to stare with a fiercely or angrily piercing look.
Archaic. to appear conspicuous; stand out obtrusively.
verb (used with object), glared, glaring.
to express with a glare:
They glared their anger at each other.
conspicuous: a glaring omission
dazzling or garish
(intransitive) to stare angrily; glower
(transitive) to express by glowering
(intransitive) (of light, colour, etc) to be very bright and intense
(intransitive) to be dazzlingly ornamented or garish
an angry stare
a dazzling light or brilliance
garish ornamentation or appearance; gaudiness
(mainly US & Canadian) smooth and glassy: glare ice
late 14c., from present participle of glare. Meaning “obtrusively conspicuous” is from 1706.
late 13c., “shine brightly,” from or related to Middle Dutch, Middle Low German glaren “to gleam,” related by rhoticization to glas (see glass). Sense of “stare fiercely” is from late 14c. The noun is c.1400 in sense “bright light;” 1660s in sense of “fierce look.” Old English glær (n.) meant “amber.” Related: Glared; glaring.
noun 1. ice having a smooth, glassy surface that reflects sunlight.
[glee-muh n] /ˈgli mən/ noun, plural gleemen. 1. (in medieval times) an itinerant singer; minstrel. /ˈɡliːmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (obsolete) a minstrel
/ˈɡliːnɪ/ noun 1. (Southwest English, dialect) a guinea fowl
[glee-suh m] /ˈgli səm/ adjective 1. gleeful; merry.