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.
* "We live in a time when the product of man's reason--the creature we call science--now seems to turn on and attack reason itself, to discredit free will, and to dimmish anything unique about what it means to be human."