from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Glass drawn from a molten bath into a thin sheet of film, commonly used to make windows.

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  • n. glass formed into large thin sheets


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  • Government House, enlarged by King to a size permitting him to entertain half a dozen dinner guests in better days, finally sported sheet glass in its small-paned windows, courtesy of Governor Phillip.

    Morgan’s Run


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