Unglaringly. He does have that etymology thing.
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From: Maria Coffey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 21:52:47 +0300
To: Carol and Mike Matthews<email@example.com>
Subject: your GLARE
I woke up this morning thinking about your GLARE. When I didn't eat your beloved plantains ; when I put sugar in the cappuccino you made for me in your fancy machine; when I said (rarely) no thanks, I've had enough wine. I love your glare. I know it's going to followed, eventually, by a grin, and maybe a guffaw. (What a great word: guffaw – Mike, quick, go and look up its derivation and read it out to me – with glee!)