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Definition of the adjective glost
What does glost mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Of or pertaining to lead glazing, or the kiln firing process for this glaze.
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(Glost. 105.) 2. " No Freeholder of 40s. value" ...
by Professional gentleman
(Glost. 105.) 2. " No Freeholder of 40s. value ...
by Ian J. McColm
by Michael Clarke
The glaze is fused to the body after a *glost firing, which follows an initial *biscuit firing. *Earthenware was commonly covered with *lead glaze or *tin glaze, * stoneware with *salt glaze, and *hard-paste porcelain with feldspathic glaze.
Dictionary of Artifacts (2008)
by Barbara Ann Kipfer
[glost fire] glyph: a carved figure, character, or picture, incised, painted, or in relief as part of the picture writing known as hieroglyphics. glyptics: the art of carving gems and hard stones. In the ancient East, the term also describes the engraving ...
Same as *glostware. gloat (glost ), n.
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
Same as *glostwarc. gloat (glost), ...