Recent Examples of glazier from the Web
He was employed by Manchester Glass and Stephan's Glass as a glazier.
The window was originally completed by John Thornton, one of Britain’s greatest glaziers, between 1405 and 1408; he was paid £56 for the job.
The glazier then would use his new income to buy a pair of shoes, and the shoemaker would spend the money, etc.
Founder Chance Hardy and his brothers, Casey Hardy and Haedon Hardy, are glaziers by training.
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First Known Use of glazier
GLAZIER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glazier for English Language Learners
: a person who puts glass in window frames
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