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

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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 Note:The unglazed crostata can be baked up to 6 hours before serving. Michaela Bechler, Vogue, "Be Ambitious This Thanksgiving: 3 Bold Recipes From One of L.A.’s Most Talked About Restaurants," 2 Nov. 2018 Another trick: Store garlic under an unglazed clay flower pot in a cupboard, creating a small humidor without cutting off air circulation, which can lead to rot. Jean Nick, Good Housekeeping, "7 Ways You Can Make Your Garlic Last Longer," 27 July 2018 One trick is to store garlic under an unglazed clay flowerpot in a cupboard, creating a small humidor without completely cutting off air circulation, which can lead to rot problems. Jean Nick, Good Housekeeping, "6 Really Easy Ways You Can Make Your Garlic Last Much Longer," 11 July 2017 What is key, though, is that pots are unglazed and come with a well-fitting lid. Nidhi Chaudhry, Good Housekeeping, "The Best All-Natural Clay Pots For Healthy Home Cooking," 14 June 2017 Chief among these is William Daley, the ceramicist and teacher born in 1925, who is represented by a 2008 work, C-Venture Vesica, an unglazed stoneware bowl. Thomas Hine, Philly.com, "Philly artists' big, urgent show at Woodmere looks out from the rowhouse to the world," 21 June 2018 For the Hexa Ceramics wall covering, Studio Roderick Vos in the Netherlands molded, fired and photographed three-dimensional unglazed stoneware, giving the illusion of tile. New York Times, "Where Is Design Going?," 2 May 2018 Each features a playing-card-size watercolor on paper, propped on an unglazed clay base like a painting displayed on an easel. Leah Ollman, latimes.com, "For Nathan Hayden at CB1 Gallery, the smaller the canvas, the bigger the effect," 13 Mar. 2018

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1599, in the meaning defined above

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