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atrium a courtyard inside a building, either open to the sky or with a glass ceiling. [1/2 definitions]
bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
beaker an open glass container with a flat bottom and a pouring spout. Beakers are used by chemists and other scientists.
bottle a container with a narrow neck and no handle used to hold or pour liquids. A bottle is usually made of glass or plastic. [1/3 definitions]
bulb a device made of rounded glass used to create electric light. [1/3 definitions]
crystal glass of very high quality. [1/5 definitions]
decal a design or picture on specially prepared paper. Decals can be transferred from the paper to glass, metal, or other hard surfaces.
decanter a pretty glass bottle with a stopper. A decanter is usually used to serve wine or liquor.
enamel a smooth, shiny coating baked onto metal, glass, or pottery. Enamel is used for protection or decoration. [1/4 definitions]
etch to create a picture, design or lettering on a hard surface such as glass or metal by removing parts of the surface with acid.
eyedropper a small glass or plastic tube used to apply drops of medicine, especially to the eyes.
fiberglass fine threads of glass made into a building material. Fiberglass can be made into insulation for buildings, or it can be molded into a strong solid used in making parts of boats, cars, furniture, and other things.
glass a hard, clear material that breaks easily. Glass is used to make windows, bottles, mirrors, and the like. [2/3 definitions]
glaze to fit glass in. [1/3 definitions]
goblet a drinking glass with a stem and base, used mainly for wine.
greenhouse a building used to grow plants all year long. A greenhouse usually has a glass roof and walls.
hothouse a heated glass building used to grow plants.
hourglass an instrument used to measure time that sends sand through a narrow opening between two larger glass bulbs. It takes exactly one hour for the sand to pass from one bulb to the other.
jar1 a round container with a wide mouth, usually made of glass or pottery, and often having a lid. [1/2 definitions]
kaleidoscope a tube with small bits of colored glass and mirrors inside. The tube is held to the eye and turned to see changing forms.
lens a piece of clear material such as glass that bends light rays passing through it. The surface of a lens is curved to bend light rays toward or away from a central point. [1/3 definitions]