Definition of Glazy

1. a. Having a glazed appearance; -- said of the fractured surface of some kinds of pin iron.



Definition of Glazy

1. Adjective. Having the appearance of a glaze ¹

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Definition of Glazy

1. covered with a smooth, glossy coating [adj GLAZIER, GLAZIEST] : GLAZILY [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glazy

glazen
glazer
glazers
glazes
glazier
glazieries
glaziers
glaziery
glaziest
glazily
glaziness
glazinesses
glazing
glazing agent
glazings
glazy (current term)
glead
gleads
gleam
gleamed
gleamer
gleamers
gleamier
gleamiest
gleaming
gleamingly
gleamings
gleams
gleamy
glean

Literary usage of Glazy

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1888)
"HART, EDWARD, An Analysis of a Specimen of Silver-Gray or glazy Iron, v [17], 146 ; The Action of Dilute Acids on Certain Varieties of Fused Sulphide of ..."

2. Chemical Phenomena of Iron Smelting: An Experimental and Practical by Isaac Lowthian Bell (1872)
"... at most ironworks, a state of things which leads to the production of a kind of iron known, in the North of England, under the name of " glazy metal. ..."

3. Transactions by Manchester Association of Engineers (1906)
"9) with the glazy white on Plate II. (Carlton fracture No. 7). Carve A is of iron which turns glazy just over silicon 3-00%, and curve B that of which ..."

4. Transactions by Ecclesiological Society (1849)
"Enamels fall into two great groups : the cellular and the glazy. ... These are distinguished from the glazy enamels by the cell walls, which appear as thin ..."

5. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1881)
"One sort is in ridges, looking as if the ground ha»-**"\_ f been ploughed up, then left fallow for some time, and a glazy ..."

6. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1881)
"There were two or three begging letters, these she threw unread into the embroidered basket by her side ; there was a very glazy note with a gold coronet ..."

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