[ UK /ɹˈa‍ɪmd/ ]
  1. covered with frost
    hedgerows were rimed and stiff with frost
    a frosty glass
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How To Use rimed In A Sentence

  • Your stepson could have been left in a dysregulated state whereby he is primed to be constantly hypervigilant to threat and to respond. Times, Sunday Times
  • He primed his last grenade and threw it into the group of aliens.
  • The powder charge and the ball and patch had to be rammed separately down the tight-fitting barrel and the pan primed with powder.
  • The only sign of life there today came from a mouldy old caravan, all steamy windows and grimed with neglect, where a radio was playing Sunday morning music of the popular kind.
  • We creep the hill, flat on our bellies through yellowed grass and stone, black dirt grimed on our bright faces like powdered war paint. Along the Battlement
  • His clothes are begrimed with oil and dirt.
  • This sequence occurred around halfway through the interview, so the interviewees were primed by then into realizing that more details were expected.
  • Sail-trimmer, and Pumpman; a primed candle for each battle-lantern; a thumbstall and vent-guard for the 1st and 2d Captains of each gun. Ordnance Instructions for the United States Navy. 1866. Fourth edition.
  • These big, freely painted, heavily collaged unprimed canvases together form something of a spiritual marching band, though they mostly seem to follow the beat of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
  • Maybe I had picked up the wrong gadget, and it was a calorie counter, primed to record a Big Mac and fries.
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