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- v. To efface.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To efface, as a picture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To obliterate the lines of; efface; disfigure.
Features of this latter sort "dislimn" and yield, as the writing on palimpsests, to the regal majesty of the divine countenance, which none can look upon and smile.
The plump man's features seemed to dislimn, and form again, as I looked at them.
And with that the landscape framed in the doorway began to waver and dislimn.
My face seemed to myself to dislimn under his gaze, my expression to change, the smile (with which I had began) to degenerate into the grin of the man upon the rack.
The plump man’s features seemed to dislimn, and form again, as I looked at them.