gloating
 n.— «“I have an older window from a house in England that I’m repairing for a customer.” For many of these repairs, Oneppo uses a technique called “gloating glass.” “It’s a trick I picked up when I was working in Charlotte,” he said. “It saves time on the repair.” The technique involves wedging a piece of glass in place of the broken glass without having to take the entire window apart.» —“Stained glass a passion for Edgemoor man” by Keri Todd News & Reporter (Chester, South Carolina) June 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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