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adjective as in glassy

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Check out these incredible glass spoons, or this chic glazed stoneware pair that’s perfect for salads.

From Eater

As opposed to straight-sided mason jars in the West closed with canning lids, the curvy glazed stoneware jar has a moat running around the rim that creates a natural seal when you pour in a handful of saltwater.

From Eater

This week, Krispy Kreme announced a tasty incentive to get a coronavirus vaccination, promising one free glazed doughnut per day to any customer who could show proof they had done so.

By installing triple-glazed windows and improving insulation, he cut his winter gas bill by almost 60 percent.

This almost guaranteed glazed eyes and short conversations at social events.

From Quartz

For the Glazed Radishes Trim the radishes, leaving a bit of the stem, and rinse.

Once the meat is done, cut into chunks and sauté in juice from the pan until glazed and hot.

“We have around 2,000 martyrs from Misrata,” Derrat says with glazed red eyes.

Return to oven and bake until sugar melts and potatoes are glazed, about 15 minutes.

A carved celadon-glazed ceramic Qianlong vase sold for $7.9 million, double its high presale estimate.

Instead of a cloth, on each table was a sheet of fine glazed paper which had the appearance of oiled silk.

The entrance and the interior of the domes are inlaid with glazed tiles and painted, the colours are remarkably brilliant.

The former, brown in colour, are glazed by throwing salt on the bricks in the kiln.

The windows are glazed, but the glass is usually taken out in summer.

The glazed eye of the father was fixed upon the son; his lips moved, but his voice was unheard.


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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glazed, such as: burnished, glassy, lustrous, shiny, translucent, and enameled.

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