Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Not only were his eyes averted from mine, but they were glassed to an uncanny degree.

Originally the plan was a series of rooms, glassed off, that people could stare into.

It was a happy idea of Jervis's having them glassed in for sleeping porches.

The eyes of both were wide, and in their fixity the lights of heaven were glassed.

The gun-room's glassed shelves in time were gay with ribbon.

The two smal sides of the oblong chest cut in the upper part in pointed shape, have two glassed frames, and form a two-sided roof.

Back of the counter a series of shelves, glassed in by sliding doors, ran the whole length of the wall and nearly to the ceiling.

It was glassed in so that one viewed the spectacle through windows, so to speak.

I walked up narrow stairs, and on the landing found a sort of box, glassed in, within which were a desk and a couple of chairs.

By some odd effect of rising mists, the red reflection fell on the glassed lake in a single glowing tongue of flame.