Definition of Double-glaze

1. Verb. Provide with two sheets of glass.

Generic synonyms: Glass, Glaze



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Double-glaze

double-ended queues
double-ender
double-enders
double-ending
double-ends
double-entendre
double-entendres
double-entry
double-entry bookkeeping
double-exposure
double-faced
double-fault
double-fistings
double-geared
double-glaze (current term)
double-glazed
double-glazing
double-handed
double-header
double-headers
double-hung
double-hung window
double-jointed
double-knit
double-layer ejecta
double-magnum
double-masked experiment
double-mouthed uterus
double-nosed andean tiger hound

Literary usage of Double-glaze

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1. A Sanctuary of Zeus on Mount Hymettos by Merle K. Langdon (1976)
"Double glaze band down outer face of each handle section. Shiny brown glaze, in places shading to red. Cf. Brann 48. LGI 229. Squat oinochoe. PI. 19. ..."

2. Sewers and Drains for Populous Districts: With Rules and Formulæ for by Julius Walker Adams (1894)
"When in addition to this glaze salt is applied in the kiln, a thick or double glaze is formed. The point of fusion, as above, generally requires a very high ..."

3. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1866)
"... given by a correspondent of the Gardener's Chronicle: If any one 19 building a house, with deep sash bars or rafters, it would be easy to double glaze. ..."

4. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"You can double-glaze a window in various ways: • Placing a storm window over a single-pane window • Replacing a single-pane window with an insulated window ..."

5. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"Then Shaw (verbatim) doth againe renew What he had spoke, things fowle need double glaze, Forgetting quite that twice sod meate would dull, ..."

6. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1844)
"Then Shaw (verbatim) doth againe renew What he had spoke, things fowle need double glaze, Forgetting quite that twice sod meate would dull, ..."

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