|glaze, glazed frost||glaze ice|
|abnormal bodily discharge, apply flux to, constant change, flow along or out, flow; flowing; fluidity, continual change; instability; material for soldering, glaze component, make or become fluid, melt; weld, fuse; flow, quantity of movement, rate of f...||flux|
|act of freezing; state of being frozen; extreme cold (Meteorology); frost, great cold; act of ceasing the manufacture of; act of fixing (prices, wages, etc.) at a certain level, anesthetize body part, be harmed or killed by cold, become hard, become un...||freeze|
|applied on top of glaze, apply glaze or overglaze to pottery, apply topcoat of glaze; apply second application of glaze (Ceramics), extra glaze on pottery, top layer of decoration on pottery, topcoat of glaze; second application of glaze (Ceramics)||overglaze|
|apply bright shiny surface to something, coat something with enamel, coat with enamel, cover with a smooth and glossy coating (for ornament or protection); lacquer, glaze, glassy decorative or protective coating, hard layer on tooth crown, paint with a...||enamel|
|basic materials for glass or glaze, calcined or partially fused matters used in making glass; substance resembling glass used in making porcelain or glazes, ground flux, make into frit, make into frit; prepare by heat (substances for making glass)||frit|
|be covered with frost||frost up|
|be covered with frost; give a frostlike surface to (glass, etc.); kill by frost; spread icing on a cake, chilly manner, cover with frost, failure or flop, freezing, freezing temperature, frozen water, kill by freezing, make opaque, put frosting on, sma...||frost|
|be dazzling, be vivacious, glamour, glaze, shine with emotion, sparkle, sparkle; twinkle, shine; flash, sparkling light, sparkly decoration||glitter|
|be discouraging to somebody or something, chill out, cold, frost; shiver, shudder, coldness caused by fear, cool or freeze food, make cold; become cold; chill out, relax (Slang), depressing effect, emotionally cold, feeling of attraction, harden metal ...||chill|
|blankly expressionless, glasslike; slippery; lifeless, glazed, lacking expression, like glass, smooth and slippery||glassy|
|brightly colored glazed fabric, colorful cotton fabric that is often glazed, printed cotton fabric from India||chintz|
|chandelier, coat with a glossy finish, give a sheen to; make lustrous, cause to shine; become lustrous, glass pendant on chandelier, glaze on pottery, glorify, sheen; substance which gives a surface a gloss, polish; radiance, brightness; glory, splendo...||luster|
|clear fog or frost from the windshield or rear window, defog||demist|
|coat oil painting, coat with milk or egg, coating for food, coating for oil painting, cover with finish like glass, cover with ice, covering resembling glass, fill or fit with glass, cover with glass; coat with a ceramic glaze; coat with ice; cover wit...||glaze|
|coat something with thin frost, compose rhymes, write words or lines of poetry that end in similar sounds (also rhyme); be similar in sound, sound alike or identical (also rhyme); cover with frost, coat with a thin white layer of ice crystals, frost co...||rime|
|cold glazed dish of meat or fish, cold pressed meat or fish||galantine|
|cold in manner, frozen, freezing; frosted, covered in frost; unfriendly; gleaming white, very cold, white like frost||frosty|
|coldness, chilliness; state of being frosty or covered with frost; coldness of attitude, unfriendliness||frostiness|
|coldness, cool a drink, diamonds, expanse of frozen water, freeze up, freeze; solidify by freezing; cover with icing, frost (a cake, etc.); chill; cover or coat with ice, frozen dessert, frozen water; covering of frozen water; dessert crushed and sweet...||ice|
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