Glaring Definition

glârĭng
adjective
Shining with a too bright, dazzling light.
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Too bright and showy.
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Staring in a fierce, angry manner.
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Too obvious to be overlooked.
A glaring mistake.
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The definition of glaring is a look of anger, or something too bright or shiny.
An example of glaring is the look a mother gives her child when they're doing something they're not supposed to be doing; a glaring look.
An example of glaring is the light coming through a car windshield just before sunset; a glaring reflection.
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verb

Present participle of glare.

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Antonyms:
smilinggrinning
noun
The act of giving a glare.
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(rare) A group of cats.

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Other Word Forms of Glaring

Noun

Singular:
glaring
Plural:
glarings
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