1 Ethan, glaring at his face in the glass, threw his head back to draw the razor from ear to chin.
2 The air was oppressive even in the early morning hour, hot with the scorching promise of a noon of glaring blue sky and pitiless bronze sun.
3 She entered the room and sat down on the bed that was glaring with harsh sunshine.
4 It was blindingly, glaring hot and as she hurried down Peachtree Street her temples began to throb from the heat.
5 Never anything like these stinking, bleeding bodies broiling under the glaring sun.
6 Mammy stood as though turned to stone glaring at Dilcey but Scarlett dropped her head into her hands.
7 Scarlett thought of the rows of cotton beneath the glaring coppery sky at Tara and how her back had ached as she bent over them.
8 She sank into the proffered chair, glaring at the discomfited fat captain, and gave her name.
9 The red scar which boiling fat had left last month was ugly and glaring.
10 The store stood near Five Points, its new roof glaring against the smoked bricks of the old walls.
11 It was a lovely afternoon, sunny but not too hot, bright but not glaring, and the warm breeze that rustled the trees along Peachtree Street made the plumes on Scarlett's bonnet dance.
12 She stood in the hall, irresolute, frightened, and the glaring light of the fire in the sitting room threw tall dim shadows on the walls about her.
13 The white temple of the Farmers' Bank was elbowed back by a grocery of glaring yellow brick.
14 Here was no glaring new house with a proud phonograph, but a low whitewashed kitchen smelling of cream and cabbage.
15 The telegraph wires thrummed, thrummed, thrummed above them; the rails were glaring hard lines; the goldenrod smelled dusty.