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glazed

  1. Of eyes, glistening but not focusing on anything in particular; showing no liveliness.
    • 1938, Norman Lindsay, Age of Consent, Sydney: Ure Smith, published 1962, page 68:
      Bradly served him a handsome allowance, and Podson was at it, even in the process of its being served. He guzzled shamelessly, pushing food into an overstuffed mouth, his eye glazed to all intrusion on a gastric debauch.
  2. Having a glaze (a coating).
    a glazed ham
    a glazed doughnut
  3. (architecture, construction) Having glass in the windows, as opposed to having open spaces for windows or being windowless.
    a shelter at the bus stop with glazed sides and rear
    a glazed garden shed

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glazed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of glaze

NounEdit

glazed (plural glazeds)

  1. (US, colloquial) A glazed donut, one with a coating such as sugar or chocolate.
    • 2010, Ayun Halliday, Zinester's Guide to New York, page 65:
      Krispy your Kremes with fresh, non-corporate cakes and glazeds in such flavors du jour as Pistachio, Tres Leches, Meyer Lemon, and Blackout (a nod to the star attraction of the long-gone Ebinger's Bakery).
    • 2012, Patricia Bow, The Starry Window, page 34:
      She had to herd them into Bruce's Coffee and Doughnut and stuff them with chocolate glazeds to get the story []
    • 2014, Marilyn Baron, Homecoming Homicides
      And since I know you probably didn't have breakfast, I left a couple of glazeds on a napkin on your sorry excuse for a desk.”