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Glance vs. Graze

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Glanceverb

(intransitive) To look briefly (at something).

‘She glanced at her reflection as she passed the mirror.’;

Grazenoun

The act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing.

Glanceverb

(intransitive) To graze a surface.

Grazenoun

A light abrasion; a slight scratch.

Glanceverb

To sparkle.

‘The spring sunlight was glancing on the water of the pond.’;

Grazeverb

(transitive) To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for.

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Glanceverb

To move quickly, appearing and disappearing rapidly; to be visible only for an instant at a time; to move interruptedly; to twinkle.

Grazeverb

(ambitransitive) To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture)

‘Cattle graze in the meadows.’;

Glanceverb

To strike and fly off in an oblique direction; to dart aside.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing.

Glanceverb

(soccer) To hit lightly with the head, make a deft header.

Grazeverb

(intransitive) To eat periodically throughout the day, rather than at fixed mealtimes.

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Glanceverb

To make an incidental or passing reflection; to allude; to hint; often with at.

Grazeverb

To shoplift by consuming food or drink items before reaching the checkout.

Glancenoun

A brief or cursory look.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing.

‘the bullet grazed the wall’;

Glancenoun

A deflection.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To cause a slight wound to; to scratch.

‘to graze one's knee’;

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Glancenoun

(cricket) A stroke in which the ball is deflected to one side.

Grazeverb

(intransitive) To yield grass for grazing.

Glancenoun

A sudden flash of light or splendour.

Grazeverb

To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for.

‘A field or two to graze his cows.’;

Glancenoun

An incidental or passing thought or allusion.

Grazeverb

To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture); to browse.

‘The lambs with wolves shall graze the verdant mead.’;

Glancenoun

(mineralogy) Any of various sulphides, mostly dark-coloured, which have a brilliant metallic lustre.

‘copper glance’; ‘silver glance’;

Grazeverb

To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing.

‘When Jacob grazed his uncle Laban's sheep.’;

Glancenoun

(mineral) Glance coal.

Grazeverb

To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing; as, the bullet grazed the wall.

Glancenoun

A sudden flash of light or splendor.

‘Swift as the lightning glance.’;

Grazeverb

To eat grass; to feed on growing herbage; as, cattle graze on the meadows.

Glancenoun

A quick cast of the eyes; a quick or a casual look; a swift survey; a glimpse.

‘Dart not scornful glances from those eyes.’;

Grazeverb

To yield grass for grazing.

‘The ground continueth the wet, whereby it will never graze to purpose.’;

Glancenoun

An incidental or passing thought or allusion.

‘How fleet is a glance of the mind.’;

Grazeverb

To touch something lightly in passing.

Glancenoun

A name given to some sulphides, mostly dark-colored, which have a brilliant metallic luster, as the sulphide of copper, called copper glance.

Grazenoun

The act of grazing; the cropping of grass.

‘Turning him out for a graze on the common.’;

Glanceverb

To shoot or emit a flash of light; to shine; to flash.

‘From art, from nature, from the schools,Let random influences glance,Like light in many a shivered lance,That breaks about the dappled pools.’;

Grazenoun

A light touch; a slight scratch.

Glanceverb

To strike and fly off in an oblique direction; to dart aside. "Your arrow hath glanced".

‘On me the curse aslopeGlanced on the ground.’;

Grazenoun

a superficial abrasion

Glanceverb

To look with a sudden, rapid cast of the eye; to snatch a momentary or hasty view.

‘The poet's eye, in a fine frenzy rolling,Doth glance from heaven to earth, from earth to heaven.’;

Grazenoun

the act of grazing

Glanceverb

To make an incidental or passing reflection; to allude; to hint; - often with at.

‘Wherein obscurelyCæsar`s ambition shall be glanced at.’; ‘He glanced at a certain reverend doctor.’;

Grazeverb

feed as in a meadow or pasture;

‘the herd was grazing’;

Glanceverb

To move quickly, appearing and disappearing rapidly; to be visible only for an instant at a time; to move interruptedly; to twinkle.

‘And all along the forum and up the sacred seat,His vulture eye pursued the trip of those small glancing feet.’;

Grazeverb

break the skin (of a body part) by scraping;

‘She was grazed by the stray bullet’;

Glanceverb

To shoot or dart suddenly or obliquely; to cast for a moment; as, to glance the eye.

Grazeverb

let feed in a field or pasture or meadow

Glanceverb

To hint at; to touch lightly or briefly.

‘In company I often glanced it.’;

Grazeverb

scrape gently;

‘graze the skin’;

Glancenoun

a quick look

Grazeverb

eat lightly, try different dishes;

‘There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing’;

Glanceverb

throw a glance at; take a brief look at;

‘She only glanced at the paper’; ‘I only peeked--I didn't see anything interesting’;

Glanceverb

rebound after hitting;

‘The car caromed off several lampposts’;

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