from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered with or as if with glass.
  • Ware whose glaze has definite thickness and forms a vitreous envelop, as distinguished from those glazes which have no perceptible thickness and seem a mere polishing of the surface.


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  • The living room segues into an 18-by-13-foot kitchen / dining area that features recessed lighting and a wide expanse of white CaesarStone countertop space with stylish, glass-glazed gray-ceramic tile.

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