safety glass

IPA: sˈeɪftigɫˈæs

noun

  • Any type of glass, such as toughened glass, laminated glass or wire mesh glass, with additional safety features that make it less likely to break, or less likely to pose a threat when broken.

Examples of "safety-glass" in Sentences

  • Tannim picked up a razor-edged sliver of safety-glass an inch long.
  • It shattered in a jingling rain of safety-glass fragments on the gray carpet.
  • No more than a few shards remaining, dangling around the rim, stuck together by safety-glass film.
  • I hauled myself up and saw that the safety-glass windshield of the Acura sedan next in line had been holed and spiderwebbed by a missile.
  • As a boy, he moved with his family to New Jersey, where he worked as a safety-glass inspector until joining the Army Signal Corps in 1941.
  • Does it matter that a few civilians can bust into the mall, but an army of dead zombies strong enough to splinter safety-glass windshields with their bare hands can't?
  • Her frail body was light and she virtually flew across the footpath, her feet barely touching the ground before she smashed up against the thick safety-glass shop window and bounced back into the street.

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