Word Origin for Bim
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British Dictionary definitions for Bim (2 of 2)
How to use Bim in a sentence
There is a rotund, porpoise-shaped globular gentleman known of these parts as 'Bim the Button Man.'
Mr. Mitchell, printer, complained bitterly over this invasion of his rights by Mr. Bim.
When struck at one end, it emits the sound bim; when struck at the other, a clear-toned bam is produced: hence its curious name.Bizarre|Lawton Mackall
Bim, because he was quieter than the other children, claimed for his opinions and movements the stronger interest.
She was reverenced by all the younger children for her sedate security, but by none of them so surely and so magnificently as Bim.