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I'm

 (īm)
Contraction of I am.
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I'm

(aɪm)
contraction of
I am
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I'm

(aɪm)
contraction of I am.

im-1

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var. of in- 2 before b, m, p: imbrute; immigrate; impassion.

im-2

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var. of in- 3 before b, m, p: imbalance; immoral; imperishable.

im-3

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var. of in- 1 before b, m, p: imbed; immure; impose.
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References in classic literature ?
"Oh, I'm so glad, GLAD, GLAD to see you," cried an eager voice in her ear.
"And now I know, and I'm glad you look just like you do look."
"Well, I know I'm not a Christian and I'm beginning to doubt whether I'm a gentleman," said Philip.
"Well, zen," said the man, resolutely, "I'm go' 'pol'gize!"
"But I've never been lost before," murmured the dainty maiden, "and I'm worried and afraid."
"I'm always glad to see a New Year," said the Story Girl.
He felt that if they had both not kept up appearances, but had spoken, as it is called, from the heart--that is to say, had said only just what they were thinking and feeling--they would simply have looked into each other's faces, and Konstantin could only have said, "You're dying, you're dying," and Nikolay could only have answered, "I know I'm dying, but I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid!" And they could have said nothing more, if they had said only what was in their hearts.
And I'm happy to say I was right; I'm not often deceived.
And as for his personal qualities, I'm sure human eulogy couldn't go further.
Oh, I'm very glad you've come, even if it would have been nice to sleep in a wild cherry-tree.
`I can't explain MYSELF, I'm afraid, sir' said Alice, `because I'm not myself, you see.'
"You think, because I'm a girl, that I don't know anything about horses," she flashed back.