Definition of glassy :
1. Dull; wanting life or fire; lackluster; - said of the eyes.
2. Made of glass; vitreous; as, a glassy substance.
3. Resembling glass in its properties, as in smoothness, brittleness, or transparency; as, a glassy stream; a glassy surface; the glassy deep.
smooth (part of speech: adjective)
level, slilken, silky, polished, burnished, sleek, satiny, marble, glazed, frictionless, streamlined, slithery, slick, velvety, even, glossy, satin-smooth, lacquered, slippery, varnished, smooth, flat, edgeless, shiny
transparent (part of speech: adjective)
- The drawn- back lip, the glassy stare with which she regarded him in the swift- coming darkness of the summer evening, all reproduced the scene of that night- a scene which, until now, he had almost forgotten amid the crowd of other events that had taken place since then. - "In the Day of Adversity", John Bloundelle-Burton.
- So intense was the heat that Francisco almost panted for sufficient air to support life, as he lay under the shade of the boat during the whole of that day; not a breath of wind disturbed the glassy wave- all nature appeared hushed into one horrible calm. - "The Pirate", Frederick Marryat.
- He thrust it home with all his strength- and ran away at the top of his speed, glassy- eyed from terror. - "The Mad Planet", Murray Leinster.