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glaze

noun as in varnish, lacquer

verb as in varnish, lacquer

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Drizzle the glaze over the bread pudding, then slice and serve.

The drops solidify on contact with cars, roads, sidewalks, trees and utilities as a glaze of clear ice, or freezing rain.

You also can pour the glaze over the top of cookies sitting on a wire rack set over a baking sheet, scraping off the excess.

Repeat with remaining round of dough, soy glaze, 1 tablespoon sesame oil, and 1 tablespoon sesame seeds.

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Brush top with soy glaze and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon sesame seeds.

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Finally, Deborah Racicot of Narcissa prepares mouth-watering (and non-basic) pumpkin crepes with warm sage cinnamon en glaze.

Cars in the cross alley are covered with a silver glaze of dew.

Mark Glaze, the Executive Director of MAIG, viewed the election results through a rose-colored lens.

The symbolism of a gun-control group grading members of Congress for the first time is a display of power in itself, Glaze says.

“The scorecard is designed to give them a clear sense of where members of Congress stand,” Glaze says.

When they have been stewed for twenty minutes glaze them; dish them up with a Financire sauce (see 'Entres la Mode').

Take four pigeons, truss and braise them in stock, then glaze them, dish them up against a block of fried bread.

Take off the calico, make them hot and glaze them, and serve with mushrooms and peas, and with a rich brown sauce over them.

On one side lay the diminished creek, now filmed over with a glaze of young ice.

Mix all together, and stuff your pigeons with it, and then glaze them all over with beaten white of egg.

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On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glaze, such as: enamel, sheen, coat, finish, glint, and gloss.

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

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