Part of speech:
A coating that dries to a hard glossy finish:
The West Slavic language spoken in Poland
A preparation made of resinous substances dissolved in oil (oil varnish) or in alcohol, turpentine, etc. (spirit varnish), used to give a hard, clear, glossy surface to wood, metal, etc.
A usually transparent or translucent material that has no crystalline structure yet behaves like a solid. Common glass is generally composed of a silicate (such as silicon oxide, or quartz) combined with an alkali and sometimes other substances. The glass used in windows and windshields, called soda glass, is made by melting a silicate with sodium carbonate (soda) and calcium oxide (lime). Other types of glass are made by adding other chemical compounds. Adding boron oxide causes some silicon atoms to be replaced by boron atoms, resulting in a tougher glass that remains solid at high temperatures, used for cooking utensils and scientific apparatuses. Glass used for decorative purposes often has iron in it to alter its optical properties.
To provide or cover with a coat.
To create (a new area code) having the same boundaries as another:
To defend (a position or area):
To improve or make more impressive:
To become vitreous.
A kind of paint that dries to a shiny finish.
Brightness; radiance; brilliance
A glossy surface given to textiles.
To soften the surface of (leather) by raising a nap.
To make usable or attractive again; refurbish
To make (something disagreeable) seem more acceptable or less unpleasant, as by using flattery, euphemism, etc.
To cook in or with sugar or syrup so as to glaze, encrust, or preserve
Find another word for glaze. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for glaze, like: enamel, polish, varnish, glass, incrust, coat, make vitreous, overlay, cover, glass over and make lustrous.