verb (used without object), brimmed, brim·ming.
verb (used with object), brimmed, brim·ming.
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Origin of brim1
synonym study for brim
OTHER WORDS FROM brimbrimless, adjectivebrim·ming·ly, adverbun·brim·ming, adjective
Definition for brim (2 of 2)
noun, plural (especially collectively) brim, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) brims.
Example sentences from the Web for brim
It has a 10-centimeter brim trimmed with a bow ribbon detail and gross grain edged hat rim.Best winter hats: Comfortable hats to keep you warm|Carsen Joenk|January 20, 2021|Popular Science
Park brims with cosmic levels of enthusiasm, ready to erupt in response to a new nugget of data or a new success in her experiments.Giant lasers help re-create supernovas’ explosive, mysterious physics|Emily Conover|November 12, 2020|Science News
We love the extra-stiff brim and interior elastic band, which made it comfy to wear all day.Cozy, Fashionable Layers for the Woman in Your Life|Gabriela Aoun and Joe Jackson|November 10, 2020|Outside Online
British Dictionary definitions for brim
verb brims, brimming or brimmed
Derived forms of brimbrimless, adjective
Word Origin for brim
Medical definitions for brim
Idioms and Phrases with brim
see filled to the brim.