Similar words: passover, pass over, glass, sovereign, sunglasses, sovereignty, looking glass, magnifying glass. Meaning: v. become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance.
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1. Mind you don't knock that glass over.
2. I accidentally knocked a glass over.
3. He knocked his glass over in his agitation.
4. One should pass the magnifying glass over to science; the eyes are sufficient to appreciate the beauties of the landscape.
5. At first, David suggested putting removable glass over it, so it could be converted to a dining table.
6. He knocked a glass over.
7. Serve in a tall glass over ice.
8. He got up abruptly and tried to see himself in the dirty looking - glass over the wash - stand.
9. Cover the glass with the cardboard and turn the glass over.
10. My current desk is large,[sentencedict.com] but it is a sheet of glass over a metal frame.
11. Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into a rocks glass over crushed ice. Serve with a licorice stick (Twizzler) with the ends cut off to form a straw.
12. When they immediately started in on him, I intentionally knocked my glass over, too.
13. Combine all ingredients except 151% Rum, and Sloe Gin, in a highball glass over crushed ice. Stir gently. Top with sloe gin for lava color. Then top with 151 and ignite.
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