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glaz·ing

 (glā′zĭng)
n.
1.
a. Glasswork.
b. Glass set or made to be set in frames.
2.
a. A glaze.
b. The act or process of applying a glaze.

glazing

(ˈɡleɪzɪŋ)
n
1. (Ceramics) the surface of a glazed object
2. (Building) glass fitted, or to be fitted, in a door, frame, etc

glaz•ing

(ˈgleɪ zɪŋ)

n.
1. the work of a glazier.
2. panes or sheets of glass set or made to be set in frames, as in windows, doors, or mirrors.
3. the act of applying a glaze.
4. a glazed surface.
[1325–75]

glazing

A process for producing a finish to pottery. Glaze is a coating of glass that gives the pottery a smooth surface color, and makes it waterproof.
Translations

glazing

n
(= act)Verglasen nt; (= glass)Verglasung f; (= trade)Glaserei f
= glaze N
References in classic literature ?
Pickup knew the raw and ticklish state of the surface, however, far too well, to allow of even an attempt at performing this process, and solemnly asserted, that he was acquainted with no cleansing preparation which could be used on the Rembrandt without danger of "flaying off the last exquisite glazings of the immortal master's brush.
And so she fell to murmuring and cooing over the girl again, and softly stroking her face and hair, and kissing her and calling her by endearing names; but there was scarcely sign of response now in the glazing eyes.
Collins expected the scene to inspire, and was but slightly affected by his enumeration of the windows in front of the house, and his relation of what the glazing altogether had originally cost Sir Lewis de Bourgh.
In sore travail, gasping, reeling, panting, with glazing eyes and sobbing breath, grotesque and heroic, fighting to the last, striving to get at his antagonist, he surged and was driven about the ring.
A faint, red light was gleaming from the lower windows of one wing, but all the other windows were in darkness, and many exhibited their black, cavernous gulfs, entirely destitute of glazing or framework.
It's laboured breathing and glazing eye showed that it was not far from its end.
The poor little dog's eyes were glazing fast, and there were spots of blood on its glossy white side.
There was his brother, with the mud upon him glazing in the sun, yet staring out of the very same hole, perfectly amazed at his proceedings
I had no notion of a kiln, such as the potters burn in, or of glazing them with lead, though I had some lead to do it with; but I placed three large pipkins and two or three pots in a pile, one upon another, and placed my firewood all round it, with a great heap of embers under them.
As I laid her down--for I raised her and supported her on my arm while she drank--I covered her ice-cold and clammy hand with mine: the feeble fingers shrank from my touch--the glazing eyes shunned my gaze.
Only that morning a heavily insured proof-sheet had reached them from a collector in Australia, which recorded a change of the poet's mind about a very famous phrase, and, therefore, had claims to the honor of glazing and framing.
The Blind Girl busy as a Doll's dressmaker; Caleb painting and glazing the four-pair front of a desirable family mansion.