glary

glary

1 [glair-ee]
adjective, glarier, glariest.
harshly brilliant; glaring.

Origin:
1625–35; glare1 + -y1

glariness, noun
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glary

2 [glair-ee]
adjective, glarier, glariest.
smooth and slippery, as ice.

Origin:
1560–70; glare2 + -y1

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glare1 (ɡlɛə)
 
vb
1.  (intr) to stare angrily; glower
2.  (tr) to express by glowering
3.  (intr) (of light, colour, etc) to be very bright and intense
4.  (intr) to be dazzlingly ornamented or garish
 
n
5.  an angry stare
6.  a dazzling light or brilliance
7.  garish ornamentation or appearance; gaudiness
 
[C13: probably from Middle Low German, Middle Dutch glaren to gleam; probably related to Old English glæren glassy; see glass]
 
'glareless1
 
adj
 
'glary1
 
adj

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