I first glimpsed 11-year-old Yussef Mohamed tenderly cleaning the face of someone wounded.
When she and Pitt adopted Zahara, now 6, from Ethiopia, they first glimpsed their daughter in a photograph.
A woman who glimpsed the result told me, "He photographed your soul."
Brand is glimpsed in early scenes being affectionate with Perry.
Egos flare, tempers simmer over, and occasionally true culinary genius and ingenuity is glimpsed.
Here, between the lines of the first message, Lincoln's deepest feelings are to be glimpsed.
A couple of times, I glimpsed the eye reflections of small animals.
"And like as not they heard us cheering when we glimpsed the lake, and cleared out in a big hurry," Ethan went on to say.
He had glimpsed it, this expression, outside his window the night before.
When he glimpsed the thing the blood drained from Burl's face.
c.1400, "to glisten, be dazzling," probably from Old English *glimsian "shine faintly," from Proto-Germanic *glim- (see gleam). If so, the intrusive -p- would be there to ease pronunciation. Sense of "catch a quick view" first recorded mid-15c. Related: Glimpsed. The noun is recorded from mid-16c.; earlier in verbal noun glimpsing (mid-14c.).