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- adj. of a person on whom a glass is smashed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of glass.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. fitted or covered with glass. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fitted or covered with glass
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From those positions, the extra depth looked real but also a little flatter and more subtle than in what you might call "glassed" or "glassful" 3-D.
An not least, from a strictly enviro perspective the CfC program was completely irrational as well, as the basic energy costs entailed in replacing the machinery intentionally so destroyed required a half dozen operable vehicles to be "glassed" to equal the construction and lifetime fuel costs of a single replacement vehicle.
A clubber suffered two gashes to his head after being "glassed" with a bottle.
An actress has been left blind in one eye after being 'glassed' in one of Manchester's top bars.
Charlotte Davies left blind in one eye after being 'glassed' in Manchester
Others then 'glassed' the man in the face and punched and kicked him as he lay on the ground, including BNP supporter Stephen O'Shea of Purfleet, Essex who was jailed for 12 months.
Separate figures show some 5,500 people are "glassed" every year while more than 80,000 others are threatened with glass or a broken bottle.
A MAN who 'glassed' his defacto wife at their Ballina home in January has been sentenced to three years in jail.
Plastic cups could replace glasses in some of Darwin's clubs and pubs after Northern Territory police revealed almost 40 people had been "glassed" in the past three years.
When we were there in August, they had glassed in that entire rear area, a bar was installed and they were getting ready to move the kitchen.