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Definition of the noun glassware

What does glassware mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: glasswares

  1. an article of tableware made of glass
    • example: He carried the glassware with care.
    • lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
    • synonym of glassware: glasswork
    • more generic word: tableware = articles for use at the table
    • more specific terms:
    • substance: glass = a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure

Explanation

Glassware: This list of glassware includes drinking vessels and tableware used to set a table for eating a meal, general glass items such as vases, and glasses used in the catering industry, whether made of glass or plastics.

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Google previewThe Chemical Cosmos (2011)

A Guided Tour by Steve Miller

This artistic glassware is a discharge tube, a device for making electrically charged chemicals that are normally only found high up in the atmosphere or in the depths of outer space.

Google previewLab Manual for Zumdahl/Zumdahl's Chemistry, 9th (2013)

by Zumdahl, Steven S.

While examining your locker equipment, watch for chipped, cracked, or otherwise imperfect glassware. Imperfect glassware is a major safety hazard, and must be discarded. Don't think that because a beaker has just a little crack, it can still be ...

Google previewRomantic Weekends in Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland (1999)

by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf

accessories (cobalt blue glassware is a particular favorite of Mary's), large and very modern paintings, and English country- style accents. A sizable parlor with fireplace and a second sitting area invite quiet conversation. A stately dining room ...

Google previewThe Little Book of Dream Symbols (2017)

The Essential Guide to Over 700 of the Most Common Dreams by Jacqueline Towers

Polishing glassware is a warning not to be too overconfident. Gloves Wearing gloves in your dream is an indication of emotional security. Losing the gloves means that you need to rely on yourself, as someone will let you down. Finding gloves ...

Google previewEssential Environmental Science (1996)

Methods & Techniques by Simon Watts

General glassware is the laboratory equivalent of 'pots and pans' in the kitchen. It is general glassware which is used to contain and transfer most things. Before you use any glassware you should make sure it is clean. For normal organised ...

Google previewElectrical Record and Buyer's Reference (1922)

\ The third method of making illuminating glassware is the paste—or wood mold method. This is very seldom used in production work. It is generally reserved entirely for special orders which are not ...

Google previewThe Electrical Record Vol XXXI (1922)

The third method of making illuminating glassware is the paste—or wood mold _method. This is very seldom used in production work. It is generally reserved entirely for special orders which are not ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemical and Metallurgical Machinery, Appliances and Material Manufactured Or Sold by Advertisers in Electrochemical and Metallurgical Industry. ... (1910)

GLASSWARE. Best quality of beakers and flasks from the factory of Joseph Kavalier, meeting the requirements of up-to-date laboratories. Our German graduated glassware is unexcelled for accuracy and uniformity. — J. and H. Berge, New ...

Google previewDictionary of Metallurgical and Chemical Machinery (1909)

Appliances and Material Manufactured Or Sold by Advertisers in Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering

GLASSWARE. Best quality of beakers and flasks from the factory of Joseph Kavalier, meeting the requirements of up-to—date laboratories. Our German graduated glassware is unexcelled for accuracy and uniformity. —J. AND H. BERon, New ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Restaurant Training (2005)

A Complete Ready-to-use Training Program for All Positions in the Food Service Industry by Lora Arduser, Douglas Robert Brown

Training Section Focus: Glassware. Process: Presentation/Demonstration exercise who: Entire group, then break group into two teams. Review the appropriate glassware to use for different drinks. Then, break the group into two teams and ...

Google previewA Postal Dictionary (1905)

Being an Alphabetical Handbook of Postal Rates, Laws and Regulations, for All who Use the Mails

Earthenware, see Glassware, 30.

Glassware, 30.

Google previewFood and Drink in American History (2013)

A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith

Glassware Glasses are containers used for cold beverages or liquid foods intended for human consumption. American drinking containers were first made from sturdy pewter or wooden containers. Well-to-do colonial Americans brought or ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

A 1925 advertisement by the Fostoria Glass Company ofMoundsville, West Virginia, showcased itslineof popular, affordable glassware andcrystal. More radiant and elegant thandimestoreglassware, the laceetched pitchers, glasses, dessert ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Beer (2014)

The Beer Lover's Bible - A Complete Reference To Beer Styles, Brewing Methods, Ingredients, Festivals, Traditions, And More) by Christine P. Rhodes

See GLASSWARE. GLASSWARE. T. hepreferred vesselfrom whichto drinkbeer. Much as with food, appreciating a good beer involves relishing its aroma,

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Food & Kitchen - Food & Kitchen (2009)

glassware. Drinking receptacles; some are used to measure volume for cooking. liqueur glass Very small stemmed glass used for drinking liqueurs with a high alcohol content. white wine glass Somewhat narrow stemmed glass usually used ...

Google previewSubject Headings Used in the Dictionary Catalogues of the Library of Congress (1919)

by Library of Congress. Catalog Division, Mary Wilson MacNair

Glassware. See also Cut glass; Lamp-chimneys, globes, etc. — Collectors and collecting. —Prices. —Private collections. —Repairing. Glassware , Ancient.

Google previewThe Cleaning Encyclopedia (2009)

Your A-to-Z Illustrated Guide to Cleaning Like the Pros by Don Aslett

Ordinary glassware: The glasses you'll let the kids use can just be cleaned in the dishwasher or in the sink with dish detergent—scrub, rinse, and dry. Your everyday glassware is probably machine-made and therefore dishwasher-safe.

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Scrabble value of G2L1A1S1S1W4A1R1E1

The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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