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glass something in

to enclose something, such as a porch, in glass. I want to glass this porch in, so we can use it in the winter. We glassed in our porch last year.
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glass in

v.
To surround or enclose something with glass: We glassed in the side porch to keep it warmer in winter.
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References in classic literature ?
Also, standing in the companionway, head and shoulders out and glass in hand, I could fling the wine overboard.
And here I sat now, glass in hand, in warm-glowing camaraderie, with the oyster pirates, adventurers who refused to be slaves to petty routine, who flouted restrictions and the law, who carried their lives and their liberty in their hands.
The honest witness rose, and made as though he would fling his glass in the man's face.
However, until recently laminated glass in side windows was limited to the luxury end of the car market.
But as Peter Sarsgaard, who plays Lane to Hayden Christensen's Glass in the movie, notes, popcorn-addled movie audiences' tastes have changed since Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman played the Watergate-investigating journalists in ``All the President's Men'' more than a quarter-century ago.
The safety and/or security films are applied to the glass in a dry laminating process (no water is used), which forces the laminated film adhesives directly into the glass surface at extremely high pressures.
understands the problem within this region and has a specific solution in place to assist in solving these issues in regards to protecting glass in these types of violent weather conditions.