glassed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v furnish with glass
- v scan (game in the forest) with binoculars
- v enclose with glass
- v put in a glass container
- v become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance
- a fitted or covered with glass
- The box, or "air crib" as her father called it, was his own invention, a glassed-in, insulated, air-controlled crib that he thought would revolutionize child rearing and, in .
- Strolling up the boulevard, we passed more than a dozen Bauhaus buildings with their trademark details, such as the "thermometer" (a glassed-in stairwell rising up the side .
- Last week Axel's grandson and SAL's board chairman, Tor Erland Brostrm, stood on the Kungsholm's glassed-in decks and beamed as New York harbor saluted Mathilda's youngest .
News & Articles
- Trash-to-energy plant celebrates 25 years
Trash-to-energy plant celebrates 25 years Connecticut Post Copyright 2013 Connecticut Post. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 8:04 am, Saturday, June 22, 2013 (AP) — Luis Rullan's fingers worked the knobs on either side of his seat as he stared intently at two 50-foot mountains of garbage on either side of his glassed-in ...
June 28, 2013 - seattlepi.com
- Damien Hobgood in Global Surf News
The sun came out and really glassed it off out there,said Hobgood. "I knew the tide was about to turn and luckily it did in my heat. I don't seem to worry about anything else out there in conditions like this, I just let adrenalin take...
- Bill Aitken in Scotland on Sunday
However, Bill Aitken, justice spokesman for the Scots Tories, said: "I have to say that as far as I am concerned an assault is an assault. It doesn't hurt any less if you get glassed by someone who is drunk or stone cold sober. The problem is that...