Glare [noun]

Definition of Glare:

very bright light, shine

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Sentence/Example of Glare:

In the second that the light brushed across her face she squeezed her eyes shut against the glare, and you did too, a moment later, though the light hadn’t touched you.

The two planets came equally close in 1623, but that phenomenon was impossible to see from Earth because of glare from the sun, he added.

Because of the sun’s glare, astronomers couldn’t observe Phaethon when it was closest to the sun.

Curved monitors are known to be susceptible to glare, so if you are only working with permanent lighting fixtures, it might be safer to go with a flat-screen.

The anti-reflective coating cuts down on glare to make view ability even better.

She looked from the picture to her daughter, with a frightful glare, in their before mild aspect.

It was very warm, and for a while they did nothing but exchange remarks about the heat, the sun, the glare.

Above, great standard electric lamps shed their white glare upon the eddying throng casting a myriad of grotesque shadows.

The long green blinds kept out the glare of the sunshine; and at first he saw the room but dimly.

Another man who was in the room rose also, as if galvanized by the glare of the fierce blue eyes.