Presently when he came to fill her water-glass she looked up at him again.
Then you've got your water-glass—a tall box with a glass bottom.
Afterward, a water-glass of 60° to 65°, of the thickness of syrup, is applied by means of a stiff brush.
But I must explain about the water-glass, an article with which all fishermen of the Bermudas are familiar.
When the surface of the water was ruffled by a breeze it was needful to use the water-glass.
She poured some of her scent into a water-glass and diluted it largely.
Crystals grew and spread all over its form with the lightning growth of water-glass.
Sammy picked up his water-glass and discovered that it was empty.
He had been watching me through the water-glass, and saw what had scared me.
The water was smooth as a mirror and no water-glass was needed.
water glass n.
See soluble glass.