Definition of "glazed" [glazed]

  • To fit or cover with glass (verb)
  • To cover with a vitreous solution, rendering impervious to liquid and smooth to the touch (verb)
  • To cover (a painting) with a layer of semitransparent colour to modify the tones (verb)
  • To cover (foods) with a shiny coating by applying beaten egg, sugar, etc (verb)
  • To make glossy or shiny (verb)
  • To become or cause to become glassy (verb)
  • A vitreous or glossy coating (noun)
  • The substance used to produce such a coating (noun)
  • A semitransparent coating applied to a painting to modify the tones (noun)
  • A smooth lustrous finish on a fabric produced by applying various chemicals (noun)
  • Something used to give a glossy surface to foods (noun)
  • Of eyes: showing no liveliness. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Simple past tense and past participle of glaze. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "glazed" in a sentence
  • "It was either May or June of 1986; and what he saw was what he called the glazed look."
  • "After surviving the camp and the "death march" at the end of the war, Avey tried to tell the army about his experiences, but when he came up against what he called the "glazed eye syndrome," he gave up and kept silent for 60 years."
  • "They were like fish, their shimmering skin glazed with saltwater."