Glimpse [noun]

Definition of Glimpse:

brief look

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Sentence/Example of Glimpse:

Just for a glimpse, you can find potential customers based on the traits of your existing customers or the customers of your competitors.

A quick glimpse of the interface in the video really does look a lot like you’d expect an in-game character design tool to look.

While multiple causes were at play, the spatial disorientation factor offers a glimpse at the ways in which a person’s senses can deceive them, especially if they’re flying an aircraft.

Sewer tests are now providing a direct glimpse of just how many people are infected with the variant in some cities.

The horrors of the past year have given us a brief glimpse into what it’s like to live in a world ravaged by infectious disease.

Stark’s “Framing Britney Spears” provides a similar glimpse at the human, warped and tortured but ultimately resilient, inside the celebrity.

What is left behind is a rare glimpse of life and death in ancient Egypt.

The most recent Clubhouse conversation shows a glimpse of not only the app’s potential, but also the venture firm’s strategy for building it out.

Other times I’ve caught a glimpse of sadness and distance in the eyes of my child that made my heart shudder.

For those looking to catch a glimpse of the baby panda online, officials said he’s an early riser and is often seen in the morning and early afternoon while zookeepers are cleaning the panda area.