Common misspellings for glass:

girlas, gless, claass, glss, glassboro, glas, glims, closs, glased, classs, clkass, galacy, gloes, glaxe, guiless, glaces, glisen, fglass, galser, ckass, clsss, calss, glasd, classon, glassd, wlaks, classi, glaxey, goais, klassic, giess, gliphs, glose, calse, galss, gelous, claas, glail, goolash, goalss, glase, classer, jelaus, gylphs, glossart, cllas, clase, clars, lcass, gelus, glimis, blass, goasl, classe, glazy, galsgow, golas, glasser, gooals, gllass, calass, clashs, glasp, gass, guass, classroo, aclass, cvlass, glissen, glosy, alass, calso, kless, classey, gasis, berglass, geass, galazy, glasis, falss, classc, lclass, cllass, glames, glaser's, classm8, glans, kali's, gleass, cless, duglas, glasswear, clasy, classa, glaciar, glasse, gillls, agless, glossey, glases, lgass, ghasly, glassis, goalsd, glair, wlays, glassthey, calsl, flass, duglass, glasss, girlss, calws, clais, cluss, glves, glaay, glack, glycose, jealasy, neglace, klast, galsswer, goalls, glascow, cleasr, goalsis, classfy, glads, gelosy, gelious, glasess, gluose, gulash, gosls, classoom, glassey, ghess, highclass, gloosy, golaiths, geleous, clawss, jalissa, glassgow, glogs, glace, galze, glsd, cklass, classie, classom, clauss, classt, eclass, qalso, ccass, classof, classik, classiy, classyfy, claus, glubs, girsls, glars, glasgo, glaser, glossay, goaless, gaosl, gelose, plass, hlass, ylass, tlass, gkass, gpass, goass, glzss, glsss, glwss, glqss, glaas, glazs, glaxs, glaes, glaws, glasa, glasz, glasx, glasw, gflass, vglass, gvlass, bglass, gblass, hglass, ghlass, yglass, gylass, tglass, gtlass, gklass, glkass, gplass, glpass, golass, gloass, glzass, glazss, glwass, glawss, glqass, glaqss, glaass, glasas, glaszs, glaxss, glasxs, gladss, glasds, glaess, glasws, glassa, glassz, glassx, glassw, glsas, gglass, wlass, olass, gdass, ghass, gnass, gmass, glcss, gla3s, glaqs, glas3, glasc, glasq, g lass, gl ass, gla ss, glas s.

Definition of glass:

Usage examples for glass

  1. You might die, you know; think of your heart, do, and take a glass of water."  Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  2. They're as clear to me as glass.  The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. No, no, Gertie, my dear, you must not cut off my glass of wine.  The Mynns' Mystery by George Manville Fenn
  4. " There are none left now," he explained, as he set down his glass.  The Lion's Skin by Rafael Sabatini