Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A method of finishing or dressing leather by rubbing it with a slicker or glassing-jack.
- v. present participle of glass.
- n. An act of glassing (stabbing with broken glass).
“The best bucks often won't reach a primary food source until last light, so I begin glassing hillsides or transition areas just off the feeding field, where bucks are visible long before dark.”
“Get set up on a Mtn. side EARLY and start "glassing".”
“And find me one left blogger that does what the right frequently does in terms of advocating violence ( 'glassing' whole countries, killing too-moderate Supreme Court judges, eliminating liberals, etc. and all that is in public -- I shudder to think what messages regarding her family this young woman received).”
“Most synics would say the Gold Coast is the worst possible destination for a player that was charged for the infamous "glassing" incident.”
“Teenager, 19, charged over Claremont nightclub 'glassing' A MUNSTER teenager has been charged with unlawful wounding after allegedly glassing a man in the face in a Claremont nightclub.”
“Page 4: The wrong message is being sent by recent appeal decisions which overturned jail terms and granted more lenient sentences for "glassing" attacks n clubs and pubs, police leaders say.”
“The government estimates that "glassing" attacks cost the National Health Service roughly”
“The government estimates that "glassing" attacks cost the National Health Service roughly 2.7 billion pounds ($4.3 billion) per year.”
“In the book, he often talks about "glassing" the land to look for animals.”
“Exclusive pics: Katie speaks up over Bird 'glassing”
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