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Glazing window - Wikipedia.
The glass is fixed into a rabbet rebate in the frame in a number of ways including triangular glazing points, putty, etc. Toughened and laminated glass can be glazed by bolting panes directly to a metal framework by bolts passing through drilled holes.
Glazed Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
ˈglāzd Definition of glazed. 1: covered or coated with a glaze glazed pottery glazed fish glazed doughnuts. 2: covered with or as if with a glassy film glazed eyes. 3: marked by lack of expression. More Example Sentences Phrases Containing glazed Learn More About glazed.
Glazed definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
If you describe someone's' eyes as glazed, you mean that their expression is dull or dreamy, usually because they are tired or are having difficulty concentrating on something. Doctors with glazed eyes sat in front of a television set. There was a glazed look in her eyes.
glazed - Wiktionary.
a glazed ham. a glazed doughnut. architecture, construction Having glass in the windows, as opposed to having open spaces for windows or being windowless. a shelter at the bus stop with glazed sides and rear. a glazed garden shed. showing no liveliness.
Urban Dictionary: glazed.
glazed over in appearance or mood, like a glazed donut. arrrgh i didn't' get enough sleep, i'm' so glazed right now. by brother gabe November 6, 2008. Get the glazed mug. A hypocritical freeloading lowlife, who is content with living off of other peoples wealth.
GLAZE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
T The cake was glazed with raspberry syrup. When someones eyes glaze over, they become fixed and shiny, as if the person is not seeing anything.: I By the fourth act of the opera, his eyes had glazed over he became bored.

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