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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dislimn.
  • adj. Deprived of an outline; made indistinct, hazy.

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Examples

  • "dislimned" and vanished; and on the following morning, were it not for their concurring testimonies, all would be disposed to take this interruption of their sleep for one of its most fantastic dreams.

    The Caesars

  • The features of the visitor began to undergo a wonderful and lovely change: they brightened and softened with a tender triumph; and, even as they brightened, faded and dislimned.

    Markheim

  • She saw the figures of Ivery and the chauffeur in the front seat dark against the headlights, and then they dislimned into dreams.

    Mr. Standfast

  • Its figures dislimned into things that have been, its noise did not thunder at my threshold.

    The Indian Lily and Other Stories

  • A reader of that memoir to-day will feel, with Swift, that literary reputations are dislimned and shifted as quickly and softly as the forms of clouds when the wind plays aloft.

    A History of French Literature Short Histories of the Literatures of the World: II.

  • The features of the visitor began to undergo a wonderful and lovely change: they brightened and softened with a tender triumph, and, even as they brightened, faded and dislimned.

    Merry Men

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