unglazed

adjective
un·​glazed | \ ˌən-ˈglāzd How to pronounce unglazed (audio) \

Definition of unglazed

: not coated with a glossy or lustrous surface or finish : not glazed unglazed porcelain unglazed tiles

Examples of unglazed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Twin Cities, "Tiny tiles are making a big comeback, with a modern twist," 19 Oct. 2019 Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Twin Cities, "Tiny tiles are making a big comeback, with a modern twist," 19 Oct. 2019 Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Twin Cities, "Tiny tiles are making a big comeback, with a modern twist," 19 Oct. 2019 Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Twin Cities, "Tiny tiles are making a big comeback, with a modern twist," 19 Oct. 2019 Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Twin Cities, "Tiny tiles are making a big comeback, with a modern twist," 19 Oct. 2019 Porcelain flooring was imported from England, but as demand for indoor restrooms grew, American manufacturers started to produce smaller unglazed porcelain tiles. Michelle Brunner, Washington Post, "Tiny tiles are back in a big way," 15 Oct. 2019 Accent pieces with rich texture, such as a wool throw, sisal rug, and even unglazed ceramic vases, balance the room. Monique Valeris, ELLE Decor, "Everything You Need to Know About High-Gloss Paint," 22 May 2019 Between the simple material—cinderblock, red and white unglazed brick, and glass—and straightforward layout, with the only protrusion being a tower used to dry hoses, this fire house was an understated example of civic design. Patrick Sisson, Curbed, "Masterpieces of Robert Venturi, a postmodern architecture icon," 20 Sep. 2018

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First Known Use of unglazed

1599, in the meaning defined above

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“Unglazed.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unglazed. Accessed 11 December 2019.

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