glacé

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adjective gla·cé \gla-ˈsā\

Definition of glacé

  1. 1 :  made or finished so as to have a smooth glossy surface <glacé silk>

  2. 2 less commonly glacéed play \-ˈsād\ :  coated with a glaze :  candied <glacé cherries>

Origin and Etymology of glacé

French, from past participle of glacer to freeze, ice, glaze, from Latin glaciare, from glacies


First Known Use: 1845


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