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rimy

[ rahy-mee ]
/ ˈraɪ mi /
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adjective, rim·i·er, rim·i·est.

covered with rime.

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Origin of rimy

before 1000; Old English hrīmig (not recorded in ME). See rime1, -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for rimy

rimy
/ (ˈraɪmɪ) /

adjective rimier or rimiest

coated with rime
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