verb (used with object)
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Origin of limn
OTHER WORDS FROM limnoutlimn, verb (used with object)un·limned, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH limnlimb, limn
Example sentences from the Web for limn
From it I learned the importance of limning a particular setting, a sense of place.‘Miracle Boy Grows Up’: Ben Mattlin Speaks to Jay McInerney|Jay McInerney|December 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The boundaries of acceptable comedy have once again asserted themselves, limning the limits of gallows humor.
In this art of limning or painting in water colours, his artists are wonderfully expert.
From the very beginning of one's task in limning bud and blossom, we see them richer in grace and loveliness than ever before.Little Masterpieces of Science:|Various
We were not far removed from that period when young ladies employed their leisure by limning lachrymose females weeping over urns.The Heart's Country|Mary Heaton Vorse
Then there is the express statement of Nicholas Hilliard, who declares himself as the pupil of Holbein in the art of limning.Chats on Old Miniatures|J. J. Foster
Hilarius crimsoned, he was weary of limning ever with blue and gold, he faltered.The Gathering of Brother Hilarius|Michael Fairless