To watch the new-comers rush in, all pleased and eager, to see the eyes of the others glaze with weariness, wrought upon my strained nerves.
He looked down upon her with the kind of glaze over his eyes that Bellini loved to paint, compassion for the pain of the world almost distilled to tears.
She gathered her whole strength, sprang forward, struck upon a glaze of ice, and fell.
He now saw that eye glazed in death, and in the agony of his heart the great Carthaginian groaned aloud that he recognized his country's destiny.
GLAZE FOR COVERING COLD HAMS, TONGUES, &c. 430.
TO GLAZE COLD JOINTS, &c.--Melt the glaze by placing the vessel which contains it, into the bain marie or saucepan of boiling water; brush it over the meat with a paste-brush, and if in places it is not quite covered, repeat the operation.
"This sort of slacker," said the Senior Captain bitterly, as with infinite toil he scraped the last of the glaze from the inside of the marmalade pot, "is the sort that doesn't realise that there's a war on."
Nicky's eyes were two slits of glaze between half-shut lids.
When dry, brush the glaze out, and gently iron it over with a smooth flat iron.
A brush is put in the small hole at the top of the lid, and is employed for putting the glaze on anything that may require it.
Then I saw that one end of it was partly glazed off, and inside sat a young man in his shirt-sleeves with his back to the door.
But after all our psychological teaching, and in the midst of our zeal for education, we are still, most of us, at the stage of believing that mental powers and habits have somehow, not perhaps in the general statement, but in any particular case, a kind of spiritual glaze against conditions which we are continually applying to them.