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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
a glazed expression (=one that shows you are not concentrating on the things around you)
▪ From her glazed expression, he knew she had been taking drugs.
▪ If safety glass used in glazed doors and low level windows.
▪ The door on the left leads to a staff bedroom, and the glazed doors to the lift lobby.
▪ Passing through the right-hand lobby, glazed doors shut off the passenger lift which serves three floors and a well-equipped games cupboard.
▪ A few bookcases with glazed doors were arranged around the walls leaving a central space for a table and chairs.
▪ A new but effective way of securing windows and glazed doors is to fit Security Grilles from Homeguard Products.
▪ Nevertheless, the benefits over a single glazed window are considerable.
▪ The burglar also tried unsuccessfully to break into the house and smashed a double glazed window.
▪ Archway House benefits from sealed unit double glazed windows and Gas fired central heating throughout.
▪ Care should be taken when handling claims involving double glazed windows and doors.
▪ Secondary double glazed windows with lovely open outlook over the golf course. power points.
▪ Secondary double glazed window with views over the golf course. wall mounted electric heater.
▪ Instead, you held your head high and let a glazed look mask your eyes.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

glassed \glassed\ glazed \glazed\adj. 1. fitted or covered with glass; as, a glassed wall. Opposite of unglazed.


glazed \glazed\ (gl[=a]zd) adj.

  1. Same as glassed.

    Syn: glassed.

  2. Having a shiny surface or coating; as, glazed fabrics; glazed doughnuts. [Narrower terms: glassy, vitreous, vitrified; glossy, calendered; icy ; {glac['e]] unglazed

    Syn: shiny.

  3. Lacking liveliness; -- used of eyes; as, a glazed look.

    Syn: glassy.

  1. Of eyes: showing no liveliness. v

  2. (en-past of: glaze)

  1. adj. used of eyes lacking liveliness; "empty eyes"; "a glassy stare"; "his eyes were glazed over with boredom" [syn: glassy]

  2. fitted or covered with glass; "four glazed walls" [syn: glassed] [ant: unglazed]

  3. having a shiny surface or coating; "glazed fabrics"; "glazed doughnuts" [syn: shiny] [ant: unglazed]

  4. (of foods) covered with a shiny coating by applying e.g. beaten egg or a sugar or gelatin mixture; "glazed doughnuts"; "a glazed ham"

Glazed (album)

Glazed is the first studio album by the Canadian rock band Mystery Machine.

Usage examples of "glazed".

Pseudo-Tudor prevailed, with an admixture of Stockbroker Spanish Colonial, distinguished by green glazed tiles, and one British Bauhaus with a flat roof, small square windows and the occasional porthole to add a nautical air.

In my blackwork bodice, white quilted petticoats, veil, and glazed kid gloves, I would descend upon him like an avenging angel.

It gleamed on the glazed ground, where the uranium blasts had fused the rocks.

It is believed that the art of making glazed bricks, so highly developed afterwards by the Chinese, found its way across Asia from the west, through Persia and northern India, to China.

The spleen-shaped swimming pool had a rim of violet ceramic bullnose tile and a large patio of glazed Mexican tile.

To determine the finishing point, place a series of drops of the ferricyanide solution on a dry white glazed plate.

The sash windows were narrow and glazed with small diamond panes, another sign that the house had been built in a previous century before glassmakers had learned to roll larger plates.

She was using the Japanese service this time, glazed white porcelain with black characters on the pot, and small handleless white cups.

I expected someone imposing, as if all his wealth and power would be manifest in a physical form sculpted from bronze, but Hannover turned out to be amazingly ordinary: short and paunchy with a receding hairline, skin the color of a mushroom, wispy fine hair, eyes glazed into a dull stare.

Eyes glazed now, she reared back, her breath hissing and hitching into her palm.

They found other monkeys that seemed depressed, with the same glazed expression on their faces.

But it was so turned as to show them nothing but the rosy glow playing on the roof, the fire sparkling in a hundred repetitions along the glazed front of the presses, and their own pale and fearful countenances stooping to look in.

Where Accepted ate on heavy glazed pottery and had to serve and clear away their own plates, the same serving woman brought their food on a ropework silver tray, in dishes of thin white Taraboner porcelain impressed with the Flame of Tar Valon all around the rim.

Likewise, she obtained cosmetics, gilded earbobs, rings of eight different sizes and metals, and a necklet of glazed silver flowers.

Even the eyeholes were glazed over with black glass, and his aspect was so menacing that she gasped aloud.