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Noun
A substance fused to a surface to form a shiny coating, especially for pottery
“The contrast of the rich blue of the pot's glaze with the red Dakota clay on its unglazed bottom startled me.”
Noun
A liquid substance used to form a smooth, shiny coating on food
“And I was impressed enough to pick up a jar of Cabernet wine jelly, which I hope to use as a glaze on some lamb.”
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A thin layer covering a surface
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(mass noun, context-dependent) Water in frozen form
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Characterized by a lack of emotion or expressiveness
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A state of dreaming while awake
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The quality of being vertiginous
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The quality or state of being bright or illuminated
Verb
To overlay or cover (food, fabric, etc.) with a smooth, shiny coating or finish
“To glaze the donuts, dip the smoother side of a donut in the warm glaze of your choice.”
Verb
To make or become shiny with a glossy layer or substance
“And then we all stop our separate tasks and help decorate and glaze the pots that I've made.”
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(of eyes) To become unfocused, as if through boredom
“The lecturer may have been directed to revise a subject by a set deadline, or may watch as the students' eyes glaze over from boredom.”
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To become covered in a glossy sheen
“When Ashley was recording her happier songs, her cheeks would blush and her eyes would glaze over in a dreamy, cloudy blue.”
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To give color to
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To make or become sweet or sweeter in taste
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To make more beautiful or attractive by adorning or decorating
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