Noun(1) any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet(2) a glossy finish on a fabric(3) a coating for ceramics, metal, etc.
Verb(1) coat with a glaze(2) become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance(3) furnish with glass(4) coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
(1) But ultimately, they tasted like baked donuts with an apple glaze .(2) Place in a hot oven for a few minutes to heat them through and then put under a hot grill to glaze the sugar.(3) Their screams are a honey glaze like you might find pooling beneath a baklava.(4) I don't know, as I sat and listened to this particular woman share horror story after horror story, my eyes began to glaze over and I felt my soul leave my body.(5) Light reflections on the ceramic glaze and the lacquer surface emphasize the lustrous qualities of each.(6) After about a mile I kinked down to cross the Seven where there's a good, arched bridge and where the river, flowing through fields of virgin snow, was trimmed with a glaze of grey translucent ice.(7) But tell me, are your eyes starting to glaze over?(8) I use wax to then apply a gloss glaze over an area in a different manner.(9) Apply the crackle glaze at the thickness that worked best for you when you did your test samples.(10) Succulent beef was grilled and marinated in a spicy glaze then tossed with hot chilies, fresh cilantro leaves, and cooling slices of cucumbers.(11) Or is the big bloke still waffling on till your eyes glaze over?(12) And if someone else does the arithmetic, most eyes will glaze over before anyone will ever get a chance to understand it.(13) Here, my eyes would glaze over as I flash backed to the summer I spent putting little purple microdot tabs of mescaline in my mouth, waiting for that hallucinatory high.(14) Lobster bisque is solid, but the lobster roll is mushy, gaining zippola from a pepper glaze .(15) the glaze of the white cups(16) brush the cake with an apricot glaze