Prepositions after "glare"
glare at, from, after, before or in?
|In 87% of cases glare at is used|
|I glare at anyone in a Barca shirt.|
|He glared at nothing and bit his lip.|
|She raised her head and glared at him.|
|I was very embarrassed and felt very awkward with all those female eyes glaring at me.|
|He'd never forgotten the way she glared at him when he came to stand at the bedside, impotent.|
|glaring at Helen, as if daring her to speak, she then returned her attention to the matter in hand.|
|How crazy you are, lei ho gau cha wah, dim guy lay ho ma fan, I go into this thing, I end up mumbling and glaring at someone.|
|It glared at all the grubby people cluttering up the foyer, soiling the carpets and leaving dirty handmarks on the upholstery.|
|It sickens me to core when old men glare at girls who must be their daughters age with such disgusting expressions on their faces.|
|To my expectation, after some few minutes of exchanges between the receptionist and whoever he was talking to on phone, he hung up, glared at me and said: ' you can go.|
|In 2% of cases glare after is used|
|The ambiguity of the US role was glaring after a deal with Tokyo on Monday to build a new anti-missile radar shield -- ostensibly against North Korea.|
|In 2% of cases glare in is used|
|I glared in silence for what felt like an eternity.|
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