Origin of glazing
verb (used with object), glazed, glaz·ing.
verb (used without object), glazed, glaz·ing.
- a vitreous layer or coating on a piece of pottery.
- the substance of which such a layer or coating is made.
- a substance used to coat a food, especially sugar or sugar syrup.
- stock cooked down to a thin paste for applying to the surface of meats.
Origin of glaze
Related Words for glazingsheen, enamel, rub, coat, shine, finish, gloss, glint, polish, luster, patina, overlay, furbish, cover, glass, burnish, glance, buff, incrust, vitrify
Examples from the Web for glazing
Historical Examples of glazing
Glaze is used for enriching gravies and soups, and for glazing meat.The Skilful Cook
But her glazing eyes gazed up at Lee, and she was trying to smile.The World Beyond
Raymond King Cummings
He stood over the ape, staring intently at his glazing eyes.The Mind Master
Arthur J. Burks
An instant gleam as of recognition hovers in the glazing eyes.A War-Time Wooing
This glazing is quite hard, and breaks up into angular pieces.Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
- a vitreous or glossy coating
- the substance used to produce such a coating