Of or like glass, in particular smooth and (somewhat) reflective. (adjective)
Dull, expressionless (adjective)
Absence of any chop on the water, making it smooth like glass. Swell creating breaking waves may still be present, glassy doesn't imply complete flatness. (adjective)
glass marble (noun)
Examples of word glassy
I placed the two halves under the broiler for a few seconds and they came out a bit warm covered in glassy, shiny sugar layer.
It is too easy to become characterized as the glassy-eyed idealists who believe too much in the magic wonder herb when we supply targets that are so easily shot down.
And if, at the end of this, you aren't crossing your eyes or skipping over these entries in glassy-eyed, polite boredom, I'll dig up the LUNA contracts for contrast.
If the stream is narrow and brush-lined, or when the trout are lying in glassy shallow water close to the banks, I still prefer the upstream approach.
She actually did call glassy-eyed Governor Bill Owen of Colorado out on his RNC mandated stream of consiousness blather about "Aldrich Ames - Brooklyn bridge - Jamie Gorelick - known terrorists - protecting America - 9/11 - Clintoncarterdemocrats."