catch a glimpse

VERB
  1. see something for a brief time
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How To Use catch a glimpse In A Sentence

  • I catch a glimpse of a celeb in heavy makeup and not enough clothes.
  • Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retrouss√© moustache. The Younger Set
  • Chairs creaked, and necks craned as every eye tried to catch a glimpse of the stranger.
  • We can catch a glimpse of the downtown districts.
  • Neither man can be expected to catch a glimpse of the shining city on the hill. Times, Sunday Times
  • You come off set and there will be hundreds of people hoping to catch a glimpse. Times, Sunday Times
  • On that afternoon the crowds lining Constitution Hill were three to four deep, waiting patiently to catch a glimpse of Edward VIII as he returned to Buckingham Palace.
  • Brides-to-be can also catch a glimpse of a specially commissioned wedding dress.
  • After setting up camp I managed to catch a glimpse of Bed on Bricks starting their set on the main stage, then proceeded to have beer in the bar by the stage area, then decided to check how the vibe at the bar on the "koppie" was. Muti
  • The theater was in turmoil; the audience pressed forward, hoping to catch a glimpse of what was going on.
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