glassy

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Synonyms for glassy

having a high, radiant sheen

Synonyms for glassy

resembling glass in smoothness and shininess and slickness

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(used of eyes) lacking liveliness

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(of ceramics) having the surface made shiny and nonporous by fusing a vitreous solution to it

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As I held the boy in front of me, I watched the, circles under the eyes regress and the glassiness in his eyes return to normal.
In addition, both the Decca and the LIM displayed a touch of hard glassiness in the upper midrange, which I assume to be a part of the original master tape.
They begin with the theory and phenomenology of glasses, including the Adam-Gibbs entropic theory, then thoroughly explain two-temperature thermodynamics and solvable models for the glassy state, aging urn models, such as the backgammon model, glassiness in a directed polymer model, including cooling and heating, the potential energy landscape approach, including the thermodynamics of supercooled liquids and many-body glass models, and theories of the glassy state, including the frustration limited domain theory and the random first order transition theory.
Processors frying up test batches of frozen flies during December were shocked to find the tell-tale sign of glassiness (generally associated with second growth tubers following drought) evident in black spots and dark blotches.
However, there remains a metallic edge, a slight upper-midrange glassiness, that the processing has not completely eliminated.