Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a face of glass, or like a glass or mirror.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. rare Mirror-faced; reflecting the sentiments of another.
“A large, conspicuous glass-faced tube poked through the padding in one corner of the room.”
“Across the back of the space spans weird little glass-faced cubicles where sound techies and programming staff work their voodoo so the "talent", the DJ's du jour, can focus on spinning LP's and amusing themselves aloud to anonymous nobodies.”
“I often start my day at the Central Bus Station, a monstrous glass-faced building, and head either for the Peace Corps office or the center.”
“A solar panel usually consists of a glass-faced, sealed, insulated box with a black matte interior finish.”
“The front of the building was similarly spartan in its design: a pair of windows allowed a view of the street from within, and a pair of glass-faced double doors led the way in.”
“All sorts of hearts; yea, from the glass-faced flatterer”
“He leaned over the glass-faced sarcophagus of his predecessor and former lover.”
“He saw their reflections everywhere-on the walls, on the glass-faced bar and the long mirror behind it; he could even see them reflected as curved miniatures in the graceful bell-shapes of wine glasses hung upside down above the bar ... glasses as gorgeous and fragile as festival ornaments.”
“You would awaken beneath the surface of the sea, to find a glass-faced human hovering above you and mumbling concerns.”
“In his prosperity crowds of glass-faced flatterers bent before him, and were made rich in”
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