Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • I wish that I could start over with new unchipped dishes and glasswear.

    The Art and Artistry of Wedding Gifts | The Stiletto Gang

  • It was strongly embedded, but as brittle as glasswear.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • I picked the glasswear, Eric picked the silverwear, and we compromised on the dishes.

    sign on forehead "OUT OF ORDER"

  • There is really no reason why I should nearly be crying, or nearly punching holes in the wall, or wanting to break glasswear.

    July 20th, 2001

  • Zeiss is well-known for its world class binoculars and eye glasswear.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Lucky for us, then, that stylish glasswear designer

    Joystiq [Nintendo]

  • If I were to try to produce something like this, I would try to find more unusual glasswear (this looks like something gourmet dog biscuits are sold in), and reduce or eliminate the flexo-printed branding on the jar.

    Boing Boing

  • They definately do not make life easier while I'm rewashing all of my glasswear by hand after every load.

    undefined

  • The ongoing series of classes include classic cocktail making from Tristan Stephenson, a top mixologist and Smirnoff Black Ambassador who demonstrates how to make the best Vodka martini and other cocktails along with advice on ingredients and glasswear.

    PSFK

  • Now that problem has been solved with the use of a natural rust remover, the new problem is calcium and lime deposits and rust on very important household items such as coffee pots, expensive glasswear, porcelone, shower tiles, and even the inner rim of toilets.

    xml's Blinklist.com

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.

  • I was rather hoping it would be tinted glasswear.

    March 10, 2008

  • Then again, it doesn't leave much to the imagination.

    March 10, 2008

  • It sounds uncomfortable, but it would last longer than ice.

    (This was ghosted, probably as a misspelling of glassware.)

    March 10, 2008