Synonym: catch sight of, glance, notice, see. Antonym: gaze, stare. Similar words: upset, contretemps, collapse, something like, limb, Muslim, climate, limber up. Meaning: [glɪmps] n. 1. a quick look 2. a brief or incomplete view 3. a vague indication. v. catch a glimpse of or see briefly.
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1 I caught a glimpse of our new neighbor.
2 I caught a momentary glimpse of them.
3 They caught a glimpse of a dark green car.
4 He caught a glimpse of her in the crowd.
5 We only had a fleeting glimpse of the sun all day.
6 Below us you could glimpse the rooftops of a few small villages.
7 Fans crowded the street outside waiting for a glimpse of their hero.
8 The girls caught only a fleeting glimpse of the driver.
9 He took a quick glimpse at the map.
10 Necks were strained for a glimpse of the stranger.
11 One glimpse at himself in the mirror was enough.
12 He caught a glimpse of himself in the mirror.
13 The book provides a fascinating glimpse into Moroccan life.
14 This was my first tantalizing glimpse of the islands.
15 Jack caught a glimpse of her panic-stricken face.
16 We only had a fleeting glimpse of the river.
17 Take a glimpse into the future of rail travel.
18 The programme gives us a rare glimpse of a great artist at work.
19 He caught a glimpse of his former lover in the theatre last night.
20 I only caught a glimpse of the thief, so I can't really describe him.
21 We got just a brief glimpse of the car as it rushed by.
22 She catches a glimpse of a car in the distance.
23 This scene may give a rare glimpse of Charles's personal style as king.
24 Crowds shouted and pushed to get a glimpse of their hero.
25 I caught a fleeting glimpse of them as they drove past.
26 He had taken heart at a little glimpse of hope.
27 He caught a glimpse of her before she vanished into the crowd.
28 I came up on deck to get my first glimpse of the island.
29 Some of the fans had waited 24 hours outside the Hyde Park Hotel to catch a glimpse of their heroine.
30 Thousands of people had gathered,(www.Sentencedict.com) hoping to catch a glimpse of the Queen.
More similar words: upset, contretemps, collapse, something like, limb, Muslim, climate, limber up, eliminate, to the limit, limitation, preliminary, imply, shrimp, import, simply, impair, impose, impact, impulse, impress, improved, implement, important, impressive, impression, importantly, implication, of importance, implementation.