"star the glaze" Definition

  1. to break a window. Among thieves it means to break the window or show-glass of a jeweller or other tradesman, take any valuable articles, and run away. Sometimes the glass is cut with a diamond, and a strip of leather fastened to the piece of glass cut out to keep it from falling in and making a noise. Another plan is to cut the sash.

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Position in the dictionary: 3440 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: starchy, stark-naked, start, starvation, starveā€™em, stash, stay, stayer, steam-engine, steel
Previous words in the dictionary: star it, star, stangey, standing patterers, standing, stand in, stand, stampers, stallsman, stall-off

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