Glairing vs Glaring - What's the difference?

glairing | glaring |

As verbs the difference between glairing and glaring

is that glairing is while glaring is .

As an adjective glaring is

reflecting with glare.

As a noun glaring is

the act of giving a glare.




  • glaring



    (en adjective)
  • Reflecting with glare.
  • Blatant, obvious.
  • How could you miss this glaring error? It's right on page one!

    Derived terms

    * glaringly * glaringness


  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act of giving a glare.
  • * (Herman Melville), Moby-Dick
  • Take off thine eye! more intolerable than fiends' glarings is a doltish stare!
  • (rare) A group of cats.
  • * 2010 , The Big Bang Theory , episode “ The Zazzy Substitution
  • Leonard : You’re clearly upset about Amy being gone, and you’re trying to replace her with a bunch of cats.
    Sheldon : Clowder.
    Leonard : What?
    Sheldon : A group of cats is a clowder. Or a glaring . It’s the kind of thing you ought to know now that we have one.


    * (group of cats) clowder


    * (group of cats) kindle (group of kittens) English collective nouns