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Pertaining to an abrasive surface that has become smooth and cannot abrade efficiently.
Referring to a polished surface finish given to cotton fabric by treating it with starch, glue, paraffin, or shellac and then running it throught a hot friction roller.
1. Said of an opening that is filled with sheets of glass, as in a window.
2. Said of a finish that is composed of ceramic materials fused into its surface, usually making it essentially impervious to moisture.