American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Glass that resists shattering, especially a composite of two sheets of glass with an intermediate layer of transparent plastic. Also called shatterproof glass.
- n. See wire glass.
- n. Tempered glass that breaks into rounded grains instead of jagged shards.
- n. a laminate of two or more sheets of glass with a sheet of plastic between each sheet
- n. glass that has been tempered to break into rounded grains rather than sharp shards
- n. glass reinforced with wire netting
- n. glazing units constructed of a combination of the above
- n. glass made with plates of plastic or resin or other material between two sheets of glass to prevent shattering
“Spiderwebs cracked the safety glass of windshields where the birds had flown into them.”
“And when I caught up with her, she was halfway across the parking lot, headed back toward Ghirardelli Square, and little pieces of safety glass were still shining in her hair and she smiled at me when I caught up and I just couldn't help myself, because that was the coolest thing I'd ever seen.”
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