2. Noun. (countable rare) A place where a glazier works. ¹
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Definition of Glaziery
1. the work of a glazier [n -ZIERIES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Glaziery
glaziery (current term)
Literary usage of Glaziery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature (1893)
"... of which can be easily accounted for when it is remembered that the body lay open in the coffin in Mr. Marston's glaziery warehouse for a long time. ..."
2. Gnadensee, the Lake of Grace: A Moravian Picture in a Conneticut Frame by Edward Oscar Dyer (1903)
"1 The Brethren had grist-mills, sawmills and tanneries; they engaged in joinery, glaziery, linen weaving, stocking weaving, rope-making, tailoring, ..."
3. The Constables' Accounts of the Manor of Manchester from the Year 1612 to by Manchester (England), Manchester (England (1892)
"Taylor for glaziery at Guard- / • fi1/ • 4 " /2 house ............ ...... \ To Tho' Mee Brickwork at Guard- ..."