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Glared vs. glimpsed #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 19, 2006 16:36 pm   Glared vs. glimpsed
 

Synonyms Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #123 "Synonyms for see and watch", question 10

He ......... at his wife when she actually dared to oppose him.

(a) peeped
(b) glared
(c) perceived
(d) glimpsed

Synonyms Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #123 "Synonyms for see and watch", answer 10

He glared at his wife when she actually dared to oppose him.

Correct answer: (b) glared

Your answer was: incorrect
He glimpsed at his wife when she actually dared to oppose him.
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what the definition for this word?

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To glare/to glimpse #2 (permalink) Mon Jun 19, 2006 22:29 pm   To glare/to glimpse
 

To glare means to look angrily.

To glimpse is to catch sight of (something):
he glimpsed his friend running through the crowd.
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