glassy

[ glas-ee, glah-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF glassy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLASSY

Wentworth gazed in front of him with glassy eyes for a moment, but did not answer.

As far as they could see there was no algae in sight, the water was one glassy blue.

His eyes were half closed, and the surface of them was glassy.

The glassy eyes, wide open, seemed to exercise a spell over him.

But Istafiev was watching keenly the gleaming, glassy dome above.

David Rossi had fixed his eyes on the stranger with a kind of glassy stare.

He lay on his back and stared up at me, and his eyes had a glassy stare.

An instant he quivered there, and then fell forward, glassy eyed and limp.

But it seemed to have no effect upon McGuire, who listened with glassy eyes.

His face had lost its pallor, but in his eyes was the same look of glassy bewilderment.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from glass + -y (2).

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