dislimn

[dis-lim]
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verb (used with object) Archaic.

to cause to become dim or indistinct.

Nearby words

  1. diskitis,
  2. disko,
  3. diskogram,
  4. diskography,
  5. dislike,
  6. dislocate,
  7. dislocation,
  8. dislocation fracture,
  9. dislodge,
  10. disloyal

Origin of dislimn

First recorded in 1600–10; dis-1 + limn

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British Dictionary definitions for dislimn

dislimn

verb

(tr) poetic to efface
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