adjective, rim·i·er, rim·i·est.
Origin of rimy
Related Words for rimywintry, crisp, snowy, frozen, brisk, raw, icy, frosty, cool, bitter, intense, bleak, frigid, chilled, chilly, glacial, opaque, dim, dusky, unclear
Examples from the Web for rimy
Historical Examples of rimy
The vision of Elizabeth's earnest face in the rimy dawn came back to him several times during the day.The Mayor of Casterbridge
Christmas Day opened with a rimy, hazy morning, and the business thoroughfares were deserted.The Christian
It was a misty, rimy, clammy morning, and a thick fog was lying over the Channel.The Woman Thou Gavest Me
The teamster arrives with oxen in full steam, and rimy with frozen breath about their indignant nostrils.