Glassy ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Glassy ( adjective )

  1. Smooth and shiny, like glass.
  2. Having a dull or expressionless appearance, as if one is not fully alert or aware.

Origin:

From middle english glas, from old english glæs ("glass"), from proto-germanic *glasaz ("glass"), from proto-indo-european *g(e)lew- ("to gleam, shin.e")

Examples:

  1. The lake was glassy and calm.
  2. He had a glassy look in his eyes.
  3. She had a glassy gaze, as if she wasn't really paying attention.
  4. He ran his finger over the glassy surface of the marble.
  5. The glassy finish on the car made it look brand new.

(As a noun)

Glassy ( noun )

  1. Smooth and shiny, like glass.
  2. Having a dull or expressionless appearance, as if one is not fully alert or aware.

Origin:

From middle english glas, from old english glæs ("glass"), from proto-germanic *glasaz ("glass"), from proto-indo-european *g(e)lew- ("to gleam, shin.e")

Examples:

  1. The lake was glassy and calm.
  2. He had a glassy look in his eyes.
  3. She had a glassy gaze, as if she wasn't really paying attention.
  4. He ran his finger over the glassy surface of the marble.
  5. The glassy finish on the car made it look brand new.
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