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Glazed vs. Grazed

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Glazedadjective

Of eyes, glistening but not focusing on anything in particular; showing no liveliness.

Grazedverb

simple past tense and past participle of graze

Glazedadjective

Having a glaze (a coating).

‘a glazed ham’; ‘a glazed doughnut’;

Grazedadjective

scraped or touched lightly in passing;

‘his grazed and bleeding arm proved he had been in the line of fire’;

Glazedadjective

Having glass in the windows, as opposed to having open spaces for windows or being windowless.

‘a shelter at the bus stop with glazed sides and rear’; ‘a glazed garden shed’;

Glazedverb

simple past tense and past participle of glaze

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Glazednoun

A glazed donut, one with a coating such as sugar or chocolate.

Glazed

Same as glassed.

Glazed

Having a shiny surface or coating; as, glazed fabrics; glazed doughnuts.

Glazed

Lacking liveliness; - used of eyes; as, a glazed look.

Glazedadjective

used of eyes lacking liveliness;

‘empty eyes’; ‘a glassy stare’; ‘his eyes were glazed over with boredom’;

Glazedadjective

fitted or covered with glass;

‘four glazed walls’;

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Glazedadjective

having a shiny surface or coating;

‘glazed fabrics’; ‘glazed doughnuts’;

Glazedadjective

(of foods) covered with a shiny coating by applying e.g. beaten egg or a sugar or gelatin mixture;

‘glazed doughnuts’; ‘a glazed ham’;

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