glazed

adjective
\ ˈglāzd How to pronounce glazed (audio) \

Definition of glazed

1 : covered or coated with a glaze glazed pottery glazed fish glazed doughnuts
2 : covered with or as if with a glassy film glazed eyes
3 : marked by lack of expression

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The exterior of the building is of Italian Renaissance Style, and is faced in glazed terra cotta. Paul Dorpat, The Seattle Times, "The fate of the Rhodes Stores turned on a dime," 26 Oct. 2018 This shape also allows for an oversized entrance and a double-height living area characterized by glazed expanses and sliding glass doors that optimize views and allow for indoor-outdoor living. Lauren Ro, Curbed, "Rent this black-clad off-grid cabin for your next holiday," 14 June 2018 Master bedroom: Mottled glazed walls—Moxie Studios (M); 239-641-1625. House Beautiful, "September 2013 Issue Product Guide," 3 June 2013 The sunlit room offers a glazed fireplace year round. Kristen Bateman, Harper's BAZAAR, "A Week of New York's Chicest Restaurants with Fireplaces," 10 Nov. 2014 For the glazed onions: Pour the oil into a large skillet over medium heat. Joe Yonan, The Seattle Times, "Vegetarian (or vegan) guests for Thanksgiving? Serve them this beauty," 13 Nov. 2018 Beginning February 6, Krispy Kreme will give away a free original glazed doughnut to any customer who purchases a cup of coffee. Katina Beniaris, Country Living, "Krispy Kreme Is Giving Away Free Doughnuts for the Next 3 Weeks," 2 Feb. 2017 Make time to check out the lobby ceiling and white-glazed terra cotta. Sarah Bahr, Indianapolis Star, "Ultimate Indiana bucket list: 50+ things to do in Indianapolis and around the state," 11 July 2018 An unusual brass thimble, ceramics, a knife and shards of a glazed tin jar were unearthed last month during an archaeological excavation at Colonial Michilimackinac in Mackinaw City, Michigan. James Rogers, Fox News, "Colonial era Michigan fort reveals its secrets," 3 July 2018

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First Known Use of glazed

1540, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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