[ gley-zher ]

  1. a person who fits windows or the like with glass or panes of glass.

Origin of glazier

First recorded in 1350–1400, glazier is from the Middle English word glasier.See glaze, -ier1

Words Nearby glazier Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use glazier in a sentence

  • glazier responded by branding the woman a witch and began to utter imprecatory prayers.

    Inside Sarah's Church | Max Blumenthal | September 5, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • According to glazier, while Palin prayed with her during the early 1990s, “God began to speak to [her] about entering politics.”

    Inside Sarah's Church | Max Blumenthal | September 5, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The man took him to a small but rather neat shop, plumber's, glazier's and painter's.

  • Before the man had time to answer, a young girl came running down the path toward the gate, saying, "Are you Captain glazier?"

    Ocean to Ocean on Horseback | Willard Glazier
  • But we bought some putty at a glazier's and fixed up in a wooden box a perfectly soft cake.

    Mysterious Psychic Forces | Camille Flammarion
  • A glazier who was passing felt himself a richer man by at least three and sixpence.

  • Other things than clothes found a place in its depths, among them a jemmy, some putty, and a glazier's diamond.

    The Grell Mystery | Frank Froest

British Dictionary definitions for glazier


/ (ˈɡleɪzɪə) /

  1. a person who glazes windows, etc

Derived forms of glazier

  • glaziery, noun

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