noun, plural IMs, IM's
verb (used without object), IM'd or IMed, IM'ing or IMing.
Examples from the Web for ims
IMS Health tabulates the numbers of prescriptions dispensed by payment type.
Sorrell v IMS Health focused solely on prescription data, but it was a major battle in the wider war over data tracking.
A Vermont bill, Sorrell v IMS Health, went to the Supreme Court, but it was struck down on free speech grounds.
Schroeder includes several of the thousands of IMs that revealed the love, lust and scorn among the three in her film.
The disgraced former congressman—who sent illicit emails and IMs to male teen aides—is staging a comeback with a new radio show.
I'd almost called her a million times, written a thousand unsent emails and IMs.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
Uncle Amzi ims going to make big toboggan in ims yard and oo can slide down wif me.Otherwise Phyllis|Meredith Nicholson
You should ha' seen him Sundays, interruptin' the minister and givin' out 'ims.Twelve Stories and a Dream|H. G. Wells