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Abrim vs. Brim

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Abrimadjective

Brimming, full to the brim.

Brimnoun

(obsolete) The sea; ocean; water; flood.

Abrimadverb

Brimming, full to the brim.

Brimnoun

An edge or border (originally specifically of the sea or a body of water).

Brimnoun

The topmost rim or lip of a container.

‘The toy box was filled to the brim with stuffed animals.’;

Brimnoun

A projecting rim, especially of a hat.

‘He turned the back of his brim up stylishly.’;

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Brimverb

(intransitive) To be full to overflowing.

‘The room brimmed with people.’;

Brimverb

(transitive) To fill to the brim, upper edge, or top.

Brimverb

Of pigs: to be in heat, to rut.

Brimadjective

(obsolete) Fierce; sharp; cold.

Brimnoun

The rim, border, or upper edge of a cup, dish, or any hollow vessel used for holding anything.

‘Saw I that insect on this goblet's brimI would remove it with an anxious pity.’;

Brimnoun

The edge or margin, as of a fountain, or of the water contained in it; the brink; border.

‘The feet of the priests that bare the ark were dipped in the brim of the water.’;

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Brimnoun

The rim of a hat.

Brimverb

To be full to the brim.

Brimverb

To fill to the brim, upper edge, or top.

‘Arrange the board and brim the glass.’;

Brimadjective

Fierce; sharp; cold. See Breme.

Brimnoun

the top edge of a vessel

Brimnoun

a circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat

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Brimverb

be completely full;

‘His eyes brimmed with tears’;

Brimverb

fill as much as possible;

‘brim a cup to good fellowship’;

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