Glair

Glair noun [ French glaire , glaire d'...uf, the glair of an egg, probably from Latin clarus clear, bright. See Clear , adjective ] 1. The white of egg. It is used as a size or a glaze in bookbinding, for pastry, etc. 2. Any viscous
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Glair

Glair transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Glaired ; present participle & verbal noun Glairing .] To smear with the white of an egg.
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Glair

• (a.) Any viscous, transparent substance, resembling the white of an egg. • (a.) The white of egg. It is used as a size or a glaze in bookbinding, for pastry, etc. • (v. t.) To smear with the white of an egg. • (a.) A broadsword fixed on a pike; a kind of halberd.
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glair

glair, glaire, glaired, glairing. 1. The white of an egg. 2. A sizing, glazing, or adhesive substance made from egg white and used especially in bookbinding. 3. A viscous substance resembling egg white. 4. Any viscous transparent substance, resembling the white of an egg. 5. Etymology: from the 14th century via French from Latin clarus, 'clear'
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Glair

Glair is the white of eggs, used as a varnish for preserving paintings. Bookbinders formerly also used it for finishing the backs of books.
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