from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Dazzlingly bright; glaring.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of a dazzling lustre; glaring; bright; shining.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of a dazzling luster; glaring; bright; shining; smooth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of a brilliant, dazzling luster.
- Covered with a glare of ice; icy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shining intensely
And the old man looked, stared, somewhat glary-eyed, look intently at Muse as if he was a religious man of some kind, you know a convinced assurance this was not the end of this tribulation, almost a remorseless gleam in his eyes, something strange to me, I continued however to keep a careful distance away from this occurrence.
You sit there thinking that the serial murder has found its medium, or vice versa—an act of shadow technology, of compressed time and repeated images, stark and glary and unremarkable.
But the movie in fact was powerfully open, it was glary and artless and completely steeped in being what it was, in being film.
The sky was a glary white, as if the storms had leached all color from it, and as we drove a cacophony of insects swelled up in chorus to greet us.
Aside from the illumination of a few white candles near a spirit table. the available light is northern, glary, and coming through dirty windows.
They were vaguely apelike, with huge long forearms, squat hairy legs, and great toothy, horny, glary-eyed heads.
South, and from cool, thick-walled adobe buildings to hot, glary tents in the midst of summer heat!
For what a lamentable transformation it would prove of the natural character of the scenery, to have many large and often glary houses obtruding upon the eye in every direction! banishing all the _wildest_ and most interesting local beauties, for domestic convenience or fantastic embellishment!
Brannon's Picture of The Isle of Wight The Expeditious Traveller's Index to Its Prominent Beauties & Objects of Interest. Compiled Especially with Reference to Those Numerous Visitors Who Can Spare but Two or Three Days to Make the Tour of the Island.
'Tis a day of perfect bliss to him, when he sleeps long, and after his morning's work is done goes to skate in his best clothes on a very glary pond where a crowd of other boys are skating.
It was the noon-hour, with hot, glary sun and no wind.