[glas-pel] /ˈglæs pɛl/
Susan, 1882–1948, U.S. novelist and dramatist.
[glas-fawlt, glahs- or, esp. British, -falt] /ˈglæs fɔlt, ˈglɑs- or, esp. British, -fælt/ noun 1. a road-surfacing material composed of asphalt and crushed glass.
[glas, glahs] /glæs, glɑs/ noun 1. a hard, brittle, noncrystalline, more or less transparent substance produced by fusion, usually consisting of mutually dissolved silica and silicates that also contain soda and lime, as in the ordinary variety used for windows and bottles. 2. any artificial or natural substance having similar properties and composition, as fused […]
noun 1. a translucent, hollow or solid block of glass for glazing openings or constructing partitions, usually square on the face, with the outer surfaces treated in any of various ways.
[glas-bloh-ing] /ˈglæsˌbloʊ ɪŋ/ noun 1. the art or process of forming or shaping a mass of molten or heat-softened into ware by air into it through a tube.