This glazing is quite hard, and breaks up into angular pieces.
Glaze is used for enriching gravies and soups, and for glazing meat.
Its gauzy transparent tenuity is effected by grinding it down after glazing.
But her glazing eyes gazed up at Lee, and she was trying to smile.
Her glazing eyes, staring out of death, to shake and bend my soul.
He stood over the ape, staring intently at his glazing eyes.
Common glazed earthenware should be avoided, either for making or keeping the pickles in, as the glazing usually contains lead.
It's laboured breathing and glazing eye showed that it was not far from its end.
Sometimes the ground on one side is of a different colour from that on the other; in any case the glazing is usually simple.
The sick woman fixed her glazing eyes on the door, in expectation.