- adj. 光滑的；像玻璃的；上過釉的；呆滯無神的
- v. 上釉（glaze 的過去分詞）；裝以玻璃
1.Michael sits in the dark of his solitary cell, eyes glazed and staring up at the ceiling.
2.While she watched, aghast, his eyes glazed over as his life flowed away.
3.Then he sat back in a crouch, legs shaking a little. His eyes, glazed and half-shut, stared blankly at the floor.
4.Doctors with glazed eyes sat chain-smoking in front of a television set.
5.It is layered with champagne jelly and a light biscuit joconde and glazed with edible gold leaf.
6.The room had been carpeted and the windows glazed with coloured glass.
7.Double glazed Windows keep in heat during winter.
8.High-temperature stonewares were being made with glazed surfaces.