Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of glassy: more glassy

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Examples

  • Apart from glassier eyes and a few liver spots, he hadn't changed much.

    Excerpt from De Imitatio Calembouri

  • Madison Avenue was booming, the cityscape was getting taller and glassier, and the Cadillacs all had tail fins.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Madison Avenue was booming, the cityscape was getting taller and glassier, and the Cadillacs all had tail fins.

    The ultimate jam session

  • No injuries were reported aboard the MS-Fram after it hit a glassier Friday.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2007

  • Every bill made his grin wider, his eyes glassier.

    A Red Death

  • Every bill made his grin wider, his eyes glassier.

    A Red Death

  • Every bill made his grin wider, his eyes glassier.

    A Red Death

  • Blithely he chafed Fat Joe one minute, blind to that one's sullen reception of his jocularity; the next moment he turned eyes that had long before lost their enmity in a glassier light of goodwill upon Steve, working over a drawing-board at the other end of the table, impatient yet elaborately approving of his industry.

    Then I'll Come Back to You

  • One of the results of his absorbed mood was that he greeted Aline with a stare of an even glassier quality than usual.

    Something New

  • Noomi Rapace, a previously unheralded Swedish actress who received a European Film Award nomination for her performance last year, is a smart physical and vocal match for the novel's heroine, Lisbeth Salander, though perhaps even glassier than the role demands.

    In Contention

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