Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Partially dim; rather dim. Also spelled dimish.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Somewhat dim.

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  • adjective Somewhat dim.

Etymologies

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dim +‎ -ish

Examples

  • I watched and felt Elbryan's spirit dimmish and dissipate into nothingness even as I witnessed the breaking of the blackness, the destruction of Bestesbulzibar.

    Mortalis

  • I watched and felt Elbryan's spirit dimmish and dissipate into nothingness even as I witnessed the breaking of the blackness, the destruction of Bestesbulzibar.

    Mortalis

  • And once he heard the troll's slithering sound dimmish down toward the end of the tunnel, he began to try again to feel out the knots, using what slight movement he had in his fingers, in the case that the troll might have redone its work and left him a knot in reach ...

    The Goblin Mirror

  • And once he heard the troll's slithering sound dimmish down toward the end of the tunnel, he began to try again to feel out the knots, using what slight movement he had in his fingers, in the case that the troll might have redone its work and left him a knot in reach ...

    The Goblin Mirror

  • 'Moneyholism,' Jik said, like a lecturer to a dimmish class, 'is a widespread disease easily understood by everyone who has ever felt a twinge of greed, which is everyone.'

    In The Frame

  • "You think it ought to hang in a dimmish light, what?"

    Indiscretions of Archie

  • Her worshipped image had got a little rubbed and dimmish of late to be sure, but breathe on the colours, and you saw them come out clear, and oh! bewilderingly lovely.

    The Dop Doctor

  • And whilst we was a-standing there in the dimmish light, here comes a couple of the hounds bulging in from under Jim's bed; and they kept on piling in till there was eleven of them, and there warn't hardly room in there to get your breath.

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • And whilst we was a-standing there in the dimmish light, here comes a couple of the hounds bulging in from under Jim's bed; and they kept on piling in till there was eleven of them, and there warn't hardly room in there to get your breath.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 36 to The Last

  • And whilst we was a-standing there in the dimmish light, here comes a couple of the hounds bulging in from under Jim's bed; and they kept on piling in till there was eleven of them, and there warn't hardly room in there to get your breath.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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