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rim

 (rĭm)
n.
1.
a. The upper or outer edge of an object, especially when curved or circular. See Synonyms at border.
b. The upper edge of a steep slope; a cliff or brink: the rim of a canyon.
2.
a. The circular outer part of a wheel, furthest from the axle.
b. A circular metal structure around which a wheel tire is fitted.
tr.v. rimmed, rim·ming, rims
1. To furnish with a rim.
2. Sports To roll around the rim of (a basket or golf cup, for example) without falling in.
3. Vulgar Slang To perform anilingus on.

[Middle English, from Old English rima.]

rimmed

(rɪmd)

adj.
having a rim, esp. of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): red-rimmed eyes.
[1720–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rimmed - having a rim or a rim of a specified kind; "do you wear rimmed or rimless glasses?"
rimless - lacking a rim or frame; "rimless glasses"
Translations
ذو حافَّه أو إطار
lemovanýs obroučkami
randet
kehyksellinen
meî umgjörî ; umlukinn
lemovanýs obrubou
kenarlı

rimmed

[rɪmd] ADJ rimmed withcon un borde de ...
glasses rimmed with goldgafas fpl con montura dorada

rimmed

adjmit Rand; wheelmit Felge; gold-rimmed spectaclesBrille fmit Goldfassung or -rand; red-rimmed eyesrot geränderte Augen

rimmed

[ˈrɪmd] adj (with colour) → bordato/a

rim

(rim) noun
an edge or border. the rim of a wheel; the rim of a cup.
ˈrimless adjective
without a rim. rimless spectacles.
rimmed adjective
horn-rimmed spectacles; Her eyes were red-rimmed from crying.
References in classic literature ?
Ahead and toward the right, across sheer ridges of the mountains, separated by deep green canyons and broadening lower down into rolling orchards and vineyards, they caught their first sight of Sonoma Valley and the wild mountains that rimmed its eastern side.