Jump to word: 

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Previous word: glaum
Next word: glazier

Definition of: glaze

(glāz) v. glazed, glaz·ing v.t.
1. To fit, as a window, with glass panes.
2. To provide (a building, etc.) with windows.
3. To coat, as pottery, with a glasslike surface applied by fusing.
4. To cover with a glaze, as meat or biscuits.
5. To make glossy, as by polishing.
6. In painting, to cover with a thin, transparent color so as to modify the tone.

7. To become glassy; take on a glaze.

1. A smooth, shining, transparent surface; a glossy coating, or a substance used to produce it, as on pottery or tiles: distinguished from enamel.
2. A sheet of ice; an icy surface.
3. Stock or icing cooked to a thin paste and applied to the surface of meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, or nuts. [ME glasen <glas glass]

Most often used phrases:

ceramic glaze
eyes glaze
andrew glaze
glaze polychrome
glaze ware
black glaze
lead glaze
glaze technology
glaze paint
glaze ice
peter glaze
ceramics glaze
celadon glaze
honey glaze
rio grande glaze

'glaze' used in domains:


Statistical data

"glaze" has the frequency of use of 0.0002% on city-data.com forum

"glaze" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on en.wikipedia.org.

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

User Contributions:

Comment about this word, ask questions, or add new information about this topic: