gliff definition

  • noun:
    • A transient glimpse.
    • An unexpected view of something which startles one.
    • A transient glimpse.
    • A transient look.
    • surprise view of something that startles one.
    • an urgent view of something which startles one.
    • a rapid worry.
    • A transient glance.
    • a-sudden concern.
    • A transient glimpse; surprise view of something that startles one; an abrupt anxiety.
    • a rapid worry.
    • A transient look.
    • A transient look; an urgent view of something which startles one; a sudden concern.
    • surprise view of something that startles one.
    • an urgent view of something which startles one.
    • A transient glance; an unexpected view of something that startles one; a sudden concern.
    • a second: since, for a gliff.
    • an instant: as, for a gliff.
    • a rapid anxiety.
    • a-sudden fear.
    • A moment: because, for a gliff.
    • A transient glance; an urgent view of a thing that startles one; an abrupt concern.
    • A transient look; surprise view of a thing that startles one; a-sudden fear.
    • A moment: since, for a gliff.
    • a minute: because, for a gliff.
    • a rapid fright or surprise.
    • a-sudden fright or shock.
    • a rapid fright or surprise.
    • A glimpse; a-sudden or chance view.
    • A glimpse; a-sudden or possibility view.
    • A glimpse; a-sudden or chance view.
    • a second.
    • a second.
    • a-sudden fright or surprise.
    • A glimpse; a rapid or opportunity view.
    • a second.
    • a second.
    • a-sudden fright or surprise.
    • A glimpse; a rapid or possibility view.
    • a minute.
    • A transient glimpse.
    • an urgent view of a thing that startles one.
    • a rapid fear.
    • A transient glimpse; surprise view of a thing that startles one; an abrupt anxiety.
    • an instant: as, for a gliff.
    • A sudden fright or surprise.
    • A glimpse; a sudden or chance view.
    • a second.
    • A transient glimpse.
    • A transient glance.
    • surprise view of something which startles one.
    • An unexpected view of something which startles one.
    • an abrupt fear.
    • a rapid concern.
    • A transient look; surprise view of something which startles one; a-sudden anxiety.
    • A transient glance; an urgent view of a thing that startles one; a sudden worry.
    • a second: because, for a gliff.
    • a second: as, for a gliff.
    • A transient look.
    • a-sudden fright or surprise.
    • A transient look.
    • surprise view of something that startles one.
    • an abrupt fright or shock.
    • A glimpse; a rapid or chance view.
    • A transient glance.
    • surprise view of something which startles one.
    • an abrupt worry.
    • surprise view of something that startles one.
    • A sudden worry.
    • a minute.
    • A glimpse; a rapid or possibility view.
    • A transient look; an unexpected view of a thing that startles one; an abrupt fear.
    • A sudden concern.
    • a second.
    • A moment: as, for a gliff.
    • A transient glance; an urgent view of something which startles one; an abrupt anxiety.
    • A sudden fright or surprise.
    • A glimpse; an abrupt or opportunity view.
    • a minute.
    • A transient look; surprise view of something that startles one; a-sudden fear.
    • a second: because, for a gliff.
    • an abrupt fright or shock.
    • A glimpse; a-sudden or chance view.
    • A moment.
    • an instant: as, for a gliff.
    • a rapid fright or shock.
    • A glimpse; an abrupt or chance view.
    • A moment.
  • others:
    • To be seized with sudden worry; be terrified.
    • To be seized with unexpected concern; be terrified.
    • is seized with unexpected fear; be terrified.
    • To gaze with horror; gaze; look back.
    • To gaze with terror; look; look straight back.
    • To gaze with horror; look; look right back.
    • To frighten; security.
    • become seized with unexpected anxiety; be terrified.
    • To frighten; security.
    • To frighten; security.
    • To gaze with horror; look; look straight back.
    • To frighten; alarm.
    • to-be seized with unexpected fear; be terrified.
    • To gaze with horror; gaze; look straight back.
    • To frighten; security.
    • is seized with sudden anxiety; be terrified.
    • To gaze with terror; gaze; look straight back.
    • To frighten; security.
    • To be seized with unexpected concern; be terrified.
    • To gaze with horror; gaze; look back.
    • become seized with sudden anxiety; be terrified.
    • To gaze with terror; look; look back.
    • To frighten; security.
    • To frighten; alarm.
    • is seized with unexpected concern; be terrified.
    • To gaze with terror; gaze; look right back.
    • To frighten; alarm.
    • To be seized with unexpected fear; be terrified.
    • To gaze with terror; gaze; look straight back.
    • To frighten; security.
    • to-be seized with abrupt fear; be terrified.
    • To gaze with horror; gaze; look right back.
    • To frighten; security.

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