Definition of Dimming

1. Verb. (present participle of dim) ¹



2. Noun. The process of becoming dim. ¹

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Definition of Dimming

1. dim [v] - See also: dim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dimming

dimish
dimission
dimissions
dimissory
dimit
dimities
dimity
dimly
dimmable
dimmed
dimmer
dimmer switch
dimmer switches
dimmers
dimmest
dimming (current term)
dimmings
dimmish
dimmy
dimness
dimnesses
dimolecular
dimorph
dimorphic
dimorphic anaemia
dimorphisms
dimorphite
dimorpholamine
dimorphotheca

Literary usage of Dimming

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1. Poet Lore (1921)
"Is it on account of this job? dimming.—No. It's on account of Bo-Cottage. ... If I neglect Bo-Cottage what would happen to the farm you'd buy me? dimming. ..."

2. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Tasteby Luther Tucker by Luther Tucker (1852)
"... dimming. ODE ON THE DEATH OF AJ DOWNING. BY A LADY <»F MARYLAND, Morns, nil ye mountain rill«, ..."

3. Play Production in America by Arthur Edwin Krows (1916)
"... Opera dimming THE LIGHTS AT THE METROPOLITAN. The electrician at the big opera house in New York overlooks the stage through a special covered opening ..."

4. The Works of Charles Follen: With a Memoir of His Life by Charles Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (1842)
"Correspondence with Dr. dimming. — He resigns the Care of the Gymnasium in Boston.— Extracts from his Journal. DURING this winter (the latter part of the ..."

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