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candied cooked or coated in or with sugar, honey, or syrup, esp. to glaze, encrust, or preserve. [1/2 definitions]
candy to cook in sugar syrup or otherwise prepare so as to coat with sugar crystals or glaze. [1/5 definitions]
crackle to produce a pattern of thin cracks on a surface, as thin ice or glass, or esp. as a ceramic glaze. [2/9 definitions]
crackleware ceramic, porcelain, or the like, with a finely cracked glaze or surface.
craze to produce fine cracks in the surface or finish of, as the glaze on pottery. [1/6 definitions]
crazed (of pottery or porcelain) having fine cracks in the glaze, sometimes intentionally created for decorative effect. [1/2 definitions]
finish the smooth texture, protective glaze, or fine appearance of a hard surface. [1/11 definitions]
glacÚ to make glacÚ; glaze; ice. [1/2 definitions]
glaze to form or turn into a glaze. [1/9 definitions]
glazing any glaze applied to a surface. [1/3 definitions]
graniteware pottery with a gray speckled glaze that resembles granite. [1/3 definitions]
icing a sweet glaze for coating or decorating baked goods, esp. cakes; frosting.
lead2 to glaze (pottery) with a substance containing lead. [1/10 definitions]
lusterware highly glazed earthenware with a metallic sheen caused by the addition of metal oxides to the glaze.
reglaze combined form of glaze.
sgraffito a technique of decorating ceramics or the like by cutting through a glaze or other surface later to reveal a ground of a different color. [1/3 definitions]
sizing a glaze or filler for porous surfaces as on paper, cloth, or plaster walls; size. [2 definitions]
titanium dioxide a powder used as a white pigment in paint and ceramic glaze and in white rubber, plastic, and the like.