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glassy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglassyglass‧y /ˈɡlɑːsi $ ˈɡlæsi/ adjective  1 SHINYsmooth and shining, like glass the glassy surface of the lake2 EMOTIONALglassy eyes show no feeling or understanding, and do not move
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glassyHis eyes were glassy and he seemed barely able to keep them open.He saw the smirk on Donald's glassy face.The boy had a large olive head and very glassy rolling eyes.A laser is used to etch a pattern of tiny flaws in the otherwise glassy smooth surface of the disc.Perhaps the glassy stare had lingered in his eyes, for Scales looked at him queerly.A glassy stone beloved by ancient toolmakers, obsidian was found only in two prehistoric spots in Arizona prior to the 1980s.He further obliterates his own identity behind a pair of mirrored sunglasses, whose glassy surface deflects even the most tenacious gaze.
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