Definition of Rimed

1. Adjective. Covered with frost. "Hedgerows were rimed and stiff with frost"

Exact synonyms: Frosty, Rimy
Similar to: Cold
Derivative terms: Frost, Frost, Frostiness



Definition of Rimed

1. Adjective. Covered in frost ¹

2. Verb. (past of rime) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rimed

1. rime [v] - See also: rime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rimed

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rima palpebrarum
rima respiratoria
rima vestibuli
rima vocalis
rimae
rimantadine
rimantidine
rimau dahan
rimbase
rimbases
rime
rime riche
rimed (current term)
rimeless
rimer
rimers
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rimester
rimesters
rimfire
rimfires
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rimiest
riminess
riminesses
riming
riminophenazines

Literary usage of Rimed

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1. A Concordance to the English Poems of Thomas Gray by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Concordance Society (1908)
"See rimed. Rhimes. See Rimes. Rhine. As on the Rhine, when Boreas' fury reigns, Tasso 17. Rhyme. See Rime. Rhymes. See Rimes. Rich. the rich stream of music ..."

2. The Principles of English Verse by Charlton Miner Lewis (1906)
"CHAPTER IV •rimed pentameters rimed verse is easier to write satisfactorily than blank verse, because the ear, when cajoled by rime at the ends of the lines ..."

3. The Influence of Milton on English Poetry by Raymond Dexter Havens (1922)
"APPENDIX D rimed TECHNICAL TREATISES This is a list of poems that tell how to make or do ... —Appended to Dry- den's Miscellany, 1693, part iii. «n rimed ..."

4. English Literature from Widsith to the Death of Chaucer: A Source Book by Allen Rogers Benham (1916)
"... lines on the difficulties of rimed verse. It will be recalled that alliteration, not rime, was the technical feature of Old English verse. ..."

5. The Language and Metre of Chaucer by Bernhard Aegidius Konrad ten Brink (1901)
"The simplest isometrical system is the rimed couplet which, however, ... Two species of rimed couplets occur in Chaucer: a short one consisting of normal ..."

6. Reynard the Fox by John Masefield (1920)
"REYNARD THE FOX The beech wood grey rose dim in the night With moonlight fallen in pools of light, The long dead leaves on the ground were rimed. ..."

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