adjective, glass·i·er, glass·i·est.
noun, plural glass·ies.
Origin of glassy
Related formsglass·i·ly, adverbglass·i·ness, nounun·glass·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for glassy
Paddling across the glassy flat surface feels like sliding through warm butter.
She wears no make-up, her eyes are glassy, and her feverish cheeks are aglow.
We rounded the terrible headland, and were floating at ease that evening on the glassy surface of Loch Erribol.Memoirs of Life and Literature|W. H. Mallock
His eyes were dreadful, they were so glassy and seemed so unseeing.Life on the Stage|Clara Morris
By and by the breeze died away, and the long swell heaved in a glassy calm, glittering with silver and vivid blue.Brandon of the Engineers|Harold Bindloss
He eats it, I repeat, as you do apples, and the authentic mouthfuls of fly can be seen passing down his glassy neck.The Sea and the Jungle|H. M. Tomlinson
The glare of the unclouded moon was glassy, hard, implacable.Neighbors Unknown|Charles G. D. Roberts