The carriage light was feeble, and the faces I saw above me drooped under the glim, wilted and dingy.
“Do top that glim, Bill,” said one of the men, in a tremulous voice.
Rokeby looked at her with an astonished respect and a glim of his saving humour.
Douse your glim, mate; we'll be having them Zeppelins all over us.
So at the early hour of eight Each doused his glim, raked out his grate.
There–there, it has switched off the ‘glim’ now–the little, telltale battery.
At length Captain Perez rose and, knocking the ashes from his pipe, announced that he was going to "show a glim."
Finish your cigar, Mr Morton, and douce the glim when you have done.
"Sure enough, they left their glim here," said the fellow from the window.
Then catch—heres the gentlemans toothpicker, and heres his glim.
: I glimmed her from across the room