verb (used with object), be·dimmed, be·dim·ming.
Related formsun·be·dimmed, adjective
Examples from the Web for bedim
Then her face flushed, and a warm cloud seemed to bedim her eyes.Wild Youth, Volume Complete|Gilbert Parker
A little joy on earth, they think, will not bedim the lustre of a life that is to come—if such there be.A Thoughtless Yes|Helen H. Gardener
It is sometimes intensive, as in bestir, and converts an adjective into a verb, as in bedim.New Word-Analysis|William Swinton
He cast his eyes on that rider,—but one glance was enough to bedim his eye-sight, if not to scare away his reason.The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 1 (of 3)|James Hogg
No men have done more to bedim the reputation of Washington, than Jefferson and Randolph.Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2)|A Sexton of the Old School