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glazed drunk

Very intoxicated. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were glazed drunk.
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glazed over

Very intoxicated. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were glazed over.
See also: glaze, over

glaze over

1. To coat something with a glaze. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "glaze" and "over." After we take the cake out of the oven, we'll glaze it over.
2. To become covered in something that is shiny and resembles a glaze, often ice. It looks like the street glazed over last night, so be careful out there.
3. To begin to look lifeless or dull. Typically used to describe someone's eyes. Your eyes have glazed over—did you work another 18-hour shift today?
See also: glaze, over

glazed

slang Very intoxicated. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really glazed!
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glaze over

 
1. Lit. [for something] to be covered over with a coat of something cloudy or ice. The roads glazed over and became very dangerous. The street is glazed over badly.
2. Fig. [for one's eyes] to assume a dull, bored appearance, signifying an inability to concentrate or a lack of sleep. My eyes glaze over when I hear all those statistics.
See also: glaze, over

glaze over

v.
1. To cover the surface of something with a glaze or similar substance: We glazed the cake over with chocolate frosting. The pastry chef glazed over doughnuts with hazelnut creme. The road was dangerously glazed over with frost.
2. To come to appear expressionless or lifeless: Her eyes glazed over when we talked about her last book. His expression always glazes over when he gets bored.
See also: glaze, over

glazed (drunk)

and glazed (over)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She has had too much. She’s glazed drunk.
See also: drunk, glaze

glazed over

verb
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glazed

verb
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Try these #Madalicious ham recipes this holiday season-Purefoods Fiesta Ham with apple chips and honey-mustard glaze, and Purefoods Fiesta Ham Slices with pineapple glaze.
The folks there were using them as containers in which to put a variety of under glazes or glazes, and then transport them to your table.
An excessively long cooling cycle in the glaze kiln contributes more heat work when the glaze is in the molten state, causing oxides to boil in the liquid glaze.
Thermal conductivity of the glaze was calculated by the formula:
The metallic colorants were ball-milled with the glaze batch in the usual way and the glazes were applied by spraying in varying thicknesses on bisque white earthenware and raw and bisque red earthenware.
The Glaze case is available in metallic black and metallic silver and is priced at USD34.99 at iFrogz.com and RadioShack stores in the US.
Elaborating on Crystalline Glazes, ceramist Beth Peterson on her website elaborates, "The glaze on a fired pot is an amorphous super-cooled liquid.
We used latex paint thinned with glaze for the first layer and thinned semi-opaque metallic finishes for the next two layers.
This pre-glaze, unlike the conventional hot apricot glaze which is applied after baking, allows the real taste of the pastry and filling to come through.
Other products in the studio line include metallic glazes, available in gold, copper, silver, bronze and pearlescent; latex texture-sand finish, which can be tinted with Benjamin Moore Color Preview colorants or top coated with a glaze mixture; chalkboard paint; glitter effect and glow-in-the-dark paint.
Brush generously with glaze. Continue baking, basting occasionally, until glaze is browned and bubbly, 6 to 12 minutes.
Glaze hand-built, wet greenware immediately--bypassing the intermediate and separate bisque firing.
"Our direction with the new patterns is to go deep into different techniques, such as reactive glazes, and to bring back the in-glaze, a shiny glaze that's lead free," explained Joe Soviero, executive vice president.
2) Ask your supplier about the availability of special glazes. Some crucible manufacturers offer an additional glaze on the top portion of the crucible to help delay the onset of oxidation.
In Dango (95-2-22), 1995, Kaneko alternates stripes of highly reflective steel-gray and black glaze with the interstices made up of the gray slip that rests just above the clay.