adjective, rim·i·er, rim·i·est.
Origin of rimy
Examples from the Web for rimy
It was a misty, rimy, clammy morning, and a thick fog was lying over the Channel.The Woman Thou Gavest Me|Hall Caine
The vision of Elizabeth's earnest face in the rimy dawn came back to him several times during the day.The Mayor of Casterbridge|Thomas Hardy
Christmas Day opened with a rimy, hazy morning, and the business thoroughfares were deserted.The Christian|Hall Caine
The teamster arrives with oxen in full steam, and rimy with frozen breath about their indignant nostrils.