glacé definition by Webster's New World
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- having a smooth, glossy surface, as certain leathers or silks
- candied or glazed, as fruits
Origin of glacéFrench past participle of glacer, to freeze ; from Classical Latin glaciare ; from glacies, ice: see glacial
to glaze (fruits, etc.)
glacé definition by Wiktionary
(comparative more glacé, superlative most glacé)