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glassy

Hyaline; vitreous; glasslike, smooth, and shiny.
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There has been a scary sense that racing's major bodies have become mysteriously peopled with Stepford wives, dutifully spouting the modernising mantra and smiling glassily at those of us who opposed it.
Smiling glassily, I'd take a bite of a gallbladder-like thing, then a huge bite of bread, then a humongous swallow of wine.
This isn't just because the distribution of the coloured elements in the white is partially reminiscent of notation but also on account of the rhythm which is inscribed in the pieces through the arrangement of the coloured elements; the alternation between exhilaration and solemnity, between powerful individual strokes and a joyously bubbling Allegro, between an elegiac melody and a glassily clear staccato hammered from vessel to vessel.
In our pictures the tracksuit-clad addict calmly chops up five massive lines of the drug on a silver tray perched on a kitchen counter, snorts them through a rolled-up piece of paper then stares glassily at the camera.
When all the sheep were safely stacked on stage, gazing glassily at the audience as the audience gawped at them, it was a cameo which will long live in the memory, as will the rather earthy smell of the performers.
Lowell wasn't that engaged by his own glassily observed divorce, and his feeble attempts to declare his guilt ring false.
as he smiled glassily at the boy he'd won, the boy whose life he'd made a hell.