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  • n. Plural form of brim.

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Examples

  • The lost soul, in short, brims over, upon occasion, with the wine of regeneration.

    The Subterranean Brotherhood

  • As you may recall, the owners of the Corner restaurant Jaberwoke, which re-opened as Three-a Kitchen and Lounge, got in some hot-water over a dress code that banned white t-shirts, oversized t-shirts, baggy jeans, sweatpants, and hats without brims - in other words, the threads of choice of hip-hop music fans.

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  • For the hat, we incorporated the CHS trademark formed upon the 1950s-1960s White Sox. we additionally enclosed the wildcat trademark upon the brim. we have regularly favourite resisting brims, so we went with which in all of the designs as well.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • For the hat, we incorporated the CHS trademark formed upon the 1950s-1960s White Sox. we additionally included the wildcat trademark upon the brim. we have regularly liked contrasting brims, so we went with which in all of the designs as well.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • "I couldn't get the right height," he explained of the fedora styles that gave him extra brims as well.

    Regina Weinreich: Fashion Week: Night Out with The Blonds

  • I just got a review unit from Real Deal Brazil, a company that makes bush hats from recycled Brazilian truck tarps (the brims are wired with heavy wire pulled from worn-out truck tires).

    Boing Boing

  • While I swoon for anything in tartan, I'm more of a Francophile; I may adore Philip Treacy's whimsical toppers, but my hat collection brims with colorful berets.

    Tess Ghilaga: The French Revolution

  • "Tucker is a riveting storyteller whose book brims with a cathartic intelligence about the dark side of families and how we survive."

    The Promised World by Lisa Tucker: Book summary

  • The Nebraskan troubadour brims with rage: "Does what God says ever change his mind / When the president talks to God?"

    Angry Howls, Righteous Beats

  • I love its now-iconic beige, yellow and white color scheme because it brims with data that any urban tourist loves: the locations and names of bars, shops and over-priced coffee establishments.

    A Digital Odyssey

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