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glazed look/eyes/expression etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglazed look/eyes/expression etcglazed look/eyes/expression etcEXPRESSif you have a glazed look, your eyes show no expression, usually because you are very bored or tired glazed
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glazed look/eyes/expression etcBut he still remembered the hidden yawns, the glazed looks and drooping eyelids.With glazed eyes he was staring into the middle distance.The knock on the head alone could not account for the glazed look in her eyes.Instead, you held your head high and let a glazed look mask your eyes.They had the distended bellies and glazed eyes of famine.He did not acknowledge Conroy, but hurried on down with that glazed look of some one already encased in their next entrance.Has anyone noticed that Nicolas Cage has gotten a sort of stoned-out, glazed look to him of late?
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