dimmish


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dimmish

(ˈdɪmɪʃ)
adj
1. (of light) rather dim
2. (of a person) not very intelligent
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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.
and that repetition and habit dimmish the feelings, particularly the erotic intensity, upon which the marriage was founded.