The Collaborative International Dictionary
Glazy \Glaz"y\, a. Having a glazed appearance; -- said of the fractured surface of some kinds of pin iron.
a. Having the appearance of a glaze
Usage examples of "glazy".
Consequently, on election day, in the church where the primary meeting is held, two of the Feuillants, Laurède, formerly collector of the vingtièmes,, and Brunache, a glazier, propose to exclude an intruder, a servant on wages.
No viral rain of death virus to mow down millions and feed the glazier beam when it arrives.