Definition of unglazed in English:


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  • Not glazed.

    ‘unglazed porcelain’
    • ‘Design the flow of work around work stations - separate stations for hand-building, glazing, and temporary storage for unglazed and glazed greenware and glazed bisque objects ready for loading in the kilns.’
    • ‘People learn how to hand decorate a collection of unglazed pottery with water-based glazes.’
    • ‘During a separate glazing session, several students and teachers pitched in to glaze 100 or so unglazed and unsigned bowls.’
    • ‘One of the simplest tests is called a ‘streak test’, in which a mineral sample is rubbed against a piece of white unglazed porcelain.’
    • ‘The greatest difficulty in identification is often found with the simplest types of unglazed pottery and porcelain about which we will discuss later.’
    • ‘Tiles that are water-resistant are called glazed and tiles that are not water-resistant are called unglazed.’
    • ‘One figurine, with an unglazed terracotta face, represents a young mother seated on a circular terracotta base.’
    • ‘Her face is of unglazed terracotta-colored clay.’
    • ‘The intense beauty of this mosque can leave you speechless, the play of light on the glazed and unglazed tiles is stunning.’
    • ‘Terracotta tiles are unglazed and can stain easily, so protect the edges of the tiles with a smear of petroleum jelly.’
    • ‘The pieces, which are mostly thin-walled, are made in bright white porcelain and have an almost porous-looking unglazed finish which adds to the pure look.’
    • ‘For floral arrangements, choose terra cotta pots with glazed insides or give unglazed pots several coats of varnish to make them watertight.’
    • ‘That plant would have been much happier in a pot of unglazed Italian terracotta, so it could breathe.’
    • ‘Those muffins - and a wonderfully moist sour cream cake - take on a fresh, whimsical shape when you bake them in clean, new, unglazed terracotta flowerpots.’
    • ‘Traditionally this is done in a horoku (a shallow, oval, unglazed earthenware dish used for slow cooking) over a charcoal fire, but nowadays it is common to use a small frying pan.’
    • ‘Other craft items include both glazed and unglazed pottery, ceremonial wooden masks, and goods woven from palm, straw, reeds, and sisal.’
    • ‘Avoid small, unglazed terracotta pots; they dry out too quickly.’
    • ‘Remarkable too is the unexpected and extremely realistic treatment of the back of the shell, which is unglazed and incised.’
    • ‘The unglazed tiles are ideal for heavily trafficked or wet areas.’
    • ‘Note that unglazed clay saucers are porous, so surfaces underneath can be damaged by the moisture the saucers absorb.’



/ˌənˈɡlāzd/ /ˌənˈɡleɪzd/