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- adj. Not glazed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unprovided with glass, or with glass windows.
- Not coated or covered with vitreous matter: as, unglazed earthenware. See unglazed pottery, under pottery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having a shiny coating
- adj. not furnished with glass
They will be available in unglazed white or black porcelain.
I’ll second the idea of unglazed tiles in place of a pizza stone.
Bring one or two orchids from your collection and an unglazed terra cotta pot for each and learn repotting techniques in workshops.
BEAUBIEN: She adds the spices into lard thats sizzling in an unglazed earthen pot.
Lt. Harry Banford watched through the unglazed window as a UN superiority denial aircraft painted a con-trail far, far overhead.
Makes me wonder how long a piece of unglazed pottery will last in the ocean?
The Ohr museum lost a slew of mud babies (unglazed work) that were housed in a shed.
Echoing what Mary said, I use a thick baking stone that I elevate above the grill on a couple of stacked unglazed tiles from the building store.
The Kou Chandelier is made from a collection of unglazed bone china spokes that give the impression of light exploding on the scene.
The Susurrus Chandelier is made from a collection of unglazed bone china bells by Item, a British company that produces a selection of contemporary decor and lighting pieces.