having a surface covered with a glaze; lustrous; smooth; glassy.
fitted or set with glass.
having a fixed, dazed, or lifeless expression.

Origin of glazed

First recorded in 1520–30; glaze + -ed2
Related formsmul·ti·glazed, adjectivenon·glazed, adjectiveself-glazed, adjectivesem·i·glazed, adjectiveun·glazed, adjective

Synonyms for glazed Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for unglazed

Historical Examples of unglazed

  • He saw also that these walls were unglazed, raw; they had never been melted.

    Two Thousand Miles Below

    Charles Willard Diffin

  • Directly over his head was a window, unglazed and wooden barred.

    The Treasure Trail

    Marah Ellis Ryan

  • It is only the mat-glazed or unglazed tiles that have any right to be used in such a place.

    Making a Fireplace

    Henry H. Saylor

  • The earliest specimens are of a moderately good clay, unglazed.

    History of Phoenicia

    George Rawlinson

  • Windows were all round, unglazed of course, and quite shutterless.

    Southern Arabia

    Theodore Bent