- self-glazing, adjective
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How to use glazing in a sentence
I take a sick pleasure in the exhausting production line of throwing, trimming, attaching handles, smoothing everything down, painting, glazing, firing, staring at rows of cups lined up like synchronized swimmers, ready to jump.
Set aside 3 tablespoons of the mixture to save for the final glazing.Harissa-glazed turkey legs with sweet potatoes deliver big flavor on a budget | Becky Krystal | November 10, 2020 | Washington Post
Compared to the eye-glazing public policy that is most of what government does, this is like the death penalty.Scott Walker Has ‘Nothing to Do With’ Native American Mascot Fight | David Freedlander | November 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“It is a dream,” said Mohammed, his eyes glazing over as he spoke.
I found my eyes glazing over and my mind going numb, just at the sight of it all.
If you want, you can cook this well ahead of schedule and let it get cold before glazing and roasting it.
He shall give his mind to finish the glazing, and his watching to make clean the furnace.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version | Various
He leaned weakly against the table to which I was strapped, his eyes on mine glazing over with death.Valley of the Croen | Lee Tarbell
It is used in coloring soups and sauces and for glazing entrées.Fifty Soups | Thomas J. Murrey
Wolf Paw stood glowering at White Bear, his eyes glazing, his breath coming in gasps.Shaman | Robert Shea
Out of the dim, glazing eyes flashed for one moment a gleam of soldierly pride.Sword and Gown | George A. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for glazing
the surface of a glazed object
glass fitted, or to be fitted, in a door, frame, etc
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