GLAZE, v.t. [from glass.] To furnish with windows of glass; as, to glaze a house.

1. To incrust with a vitreous substance, the basis of which is lead, but combined with silex, pearl-ashes and common salt; as, to glaze earthen ware.

2. To cover with any thing smooth and shining; or to render the exterior of a thing smooth, bright and showy.

Though with other ornaments he may glaze and brandish the weapons.

3. To give a glass surface; to make glossy; as, to glaze cloth.