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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglassed-inˌglassed-ˈin adjective  surrounded by a glass structure a glassed-in porch
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glassed-inThey could see a corner of the reception hall and the glassed-in area for the secretaries.a glassed-in back porchThe belts roll up and down through a warmed, glassed-in chamber while the doughnuts rise like slowly inflating tires.The statue shares space with dioramas, glassed-in scenes of the Capitol in various stages of its construction.
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