noun, verb (used with object), glaired, glair·ing.
verb (used with object)
Origin of glair
Examples from the Web for glaire
Historical Examples of glaire
You know nothing about the citizen Glaire, except that he is recommended to you by me.A Stable for Nightmares
J. Sheridan Le Fanu
For blocking, one coat of glaire will be enough for most leathers.
The finisher should not glaire in more than he can tool the same day.
Glaire should not be used unless it is quite liquid and clean.
When the glaire has ceased to be “tacky,” the gold is laid on.
Word Origin for glair
white of an egg, c.1300, from Old French glaire "white of egg, slime, mucus" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *claria (ovi) "white part (of an egg)," from Latin clarus "bright, clear" (see clear (adj.)).