Definitions for "Discomfort Glare"
Glare that produces discomfort, but does not necessarily diminish visual performance.
the type of glare that is uncomfortable and distracting, yet less obvious than disability glare. A bright light source in an individual's peripheral vision is an example.
Glare producing discomfort. Does not necessarily interfere with visual performance or visibility.
Light with which it is perfectly possible to perform any functions intended, but with some degree of discomfort. e.g. squinting, eye-shading - from the area beyond.