Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of glance.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glance.

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Examples

  • The Bunny Maid costume will bring out the feminine instincts of your dog and coax out admiring or jealous glances from the other dogs in the neighborhood.

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  • I do just about the same thing with books I find in the bookstore, but at $14 a pop for a trade paperback, I often find myself wandering around the store with the book in my hand, trying to absorb as much as I can about the content through osmosis, since more often than not you get the "May I help you?" accusatory glances from the booksellers.

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  • Rocky announced that he would be going and drew surprised glances from the [A] team.

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  • Paul herein glances at the Corinthian murmurs against himself, the apostle of Christ. destroyed -- fourteen thousand seven hundred perished. the destroyer -- THE same destroying angel sent by God as in Ex 12: 23, and 2Sa 24: 16. 11.

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  • * work phone rings - chodin glances over, picks up receiver and then hangs up*

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  • * chodin glances down at his hands, holding his dick and balls*

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  • Or take a subtle action classic like Jean-Pierre Melville’s Army Of Shadows where the deadly tension builds in glances and asides.

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  • Already headed that way, Dave Grant and Jerry Blaine received darting glances from the Italian motorcycle riders as they leapt aboard the trunk of the departing presidential limousine.

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  • As Raikes resumed his chair, the Sepoy, recalling his glances from their mysterious foray, directed them, with curious obliqueness, upon his companion.

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  • In the silence that ensued, the two listeners could imagine the Spaniards consulting each other with uncertain glances.

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