Word of the Day: Glimpse

glimpse / ɡlim(p)s




  1. a brief, passing view or look

A glimpse at my night stand gives the mostly true impression that I am a book hoarder.

  1. Courtney Sullivan, 1982-


  1. an inkling

When you catch a glimpse of your potential, that’s when passion is born.

Zig Ziglar, 1926-2012




  1. to get a quick look or view; to glance

Having glimpsed a small part of life, men rise up and disappear as smoke, knowing only what each one has learned.

Empedocles, 495 BC – 444 BC