Definitions

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  • adjective Not subject to glare.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ glare

Examples

  • He checked his timepiece—the one Royce had given him—then pulled the Glock, done over in dull gray matte and a nonglare finish, invisible in the night.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • He checked his timepiece—the one Royce had given him—then pulled the Glock, done over in dull gray matte and a nonglare finish, invisible in the night.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • He checked his timepiece—the one Royce had given him—then pulled the Glock, done over in dull gray matte and a nonglare finish, invisible in the night.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • He checked his timepiece—the one Royce had given him—then pulled the Glock, done over in dull gray matte and a nonglare finish, invisible in the night.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • “What was likely happening was that our optician was guiding you to the best eyeglasses for you,” he said, noting that there can be added charges for such upgrades as nonglare treatment.

    On the Lookout for Inexpensive Eyeglasses

  • What Carbomask does well is camouflage your face with a nonglare paint that washes off easily-no scouring pad needed-with soap and water.

    Hutton Lab's Carbomask camouflage face paint

  • Several of the dark-suited executives stood dazed and disoriented before floor-to-ceiling nonglare windows, which faced downtown.

    Black Friday

  • Several of the dark-suited executives stood dazed and disoriented before floor-to-ceiling nonglare windows, which faced downtown.

    Black Friday

  • It also calls for "dark-sky" (nonglare) lighting, a farmers market and extensive recycling measures.

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