- v. Simple past tense and past participle of glance.
“A fancy came to her, and she turned the laughing face to the wall and glanced from the blankness of the back of the frame to the bed and back again.”
“Martin glanced at her and verified her statement in her general slovenly appearance, in the unhealthy fat, in the drooping shoulders, the tired face with the sagging lines, and in the heavy fall of her feet, without elasticity — a very caricature of the walk that belongs to a free and happy body.”
“Martin glanced at the upper left-hand corner and read the name and address of the TRANSCONTINENTAL MONTHLY.”
“A bullet glanced from a rock before them, and singing shrilly, rose low over their heads on its second flight.”
“Sarah Palin glanced at her redneck teleprompter during her interview a the Tea Party Conference in Nashville.”
“The conversation was over when the captain glanced at me and said a few words to Takeshi that sounded more like a series of punctuated groans than anything else.”
“I shifted the hilt in my grip, and the sunlight glanced from the blade, flashing straight into his eyes.”
“Heatley's seemingly harmless dump-in glanced off the skate of”
“And he glanced from the earth to the sky, and saw the sun running down his airy hill.”
“Mr. Sopkin glanced up in the midst of cutting apart a quarter of meat.”
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