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glaze up

1. To cover something completely with glaze. A noun or pronoun can be used between "glaze" and "up." Don't forget to glaze up the ham before you put it in the oven. Now that your new handmade pot is dry, the last thing to do is to glaze it up.
2. Of eyes, to become filled with tears. He tried to apologize, but the words caught in his throat as his eyes glazed up.
3. Of eyes, to become wide or bright with enthusiasm or excitement. Her eyes glazed up the moment I mentioned Disney World.
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