adjective, dim·mer, dim·mest.
verb (used with object), dimmed, dim·ming.
verb (used without object), dimmed, dim·ming.
Origin of dim
Synonyms for dim
Related Words for undimmedsunny, fair, shiny, transparent, bright, good, vigorous, clear, lively, light, clarion, crystal, halcyon, fine, shining, active, alert, blooming, chipper, creamy
Examples from the Web for undimmed
Contemporary Examples of undimmed
But Rentoul is in no doubt that his lust for high office is undimmed.Tony Blair May Be Planning a Political Comeback but in What Role It’s Hard to Imagine
May 5, 2012
Historical Examples of undimmed
Whatever I may have done since then, that day, at least, her happiness was undimmed.
To her he had ever been the lover and the undimmed hero of her girlish dreams.The Clansman
Each morning the sun arose flashing with white, undimmed fire.The Eagle's Heart
He has left the most undimmed memory it is possible for man to leave.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6
Augustus J. C. Hare
This evening was the inauguration of a period of undimmed delight.The Man Between
Amelia E. Barr
adjective dimmer or dimmest
verb dims, dimming or dimmed
Word Origin for dim
c.1200, perhaps in Old English, from dim (adj.). Related: Dimmed; dimming.
Old English dimm "dark, gloomy, obscure," from Proto-Germanic *dimbaz (cf. Old Norse dimmr, Old Frisian dim, Old High German timber "dark, black, somber"). Not known outside Germanic. Slang sense of "stupid" is from 1892. Related: Dimly; dimness.
see take a dim view.