having a rim:
Do you wear rimmed or rimless glasses?
having a rim of a specified kind (often used in combination):
Your red-rimmed eyes show that you have been crying.
the outer edge, border, margin, or brink of something, especially of a circular object.
any edge, margin, or frame added to or around a central object or area.
the outer circle of a wheel, attached to the hub by spokes.
a circular strip of metal forming the connection between an automobile wheel and tire, either permanently attached to or removable from the wheel.
a drive wheel or flywheel, as on a spinning mule.
Basketball. the metal ring from which the net is suspended to form the basket.
Journalism. the outer edge of a usually U -shaped copy desk, occupied by the copyreaders.
Compare slot1 (def 5b).
Metallurgy. (in an ingot) an outer layer of metal having a composition different from that of the center.
verb (used with object), rimmed, rimming.
to furnish with a rim, border, or margin.
(of a golf ball or putt) to roll around the edge of (a hole) but not go in.
Basketball. (of a basketball) to roll around (the rim of the basket) and not go in.
to coat or encrust the rim of (a glass):
Rim each cocktail glass with salt.
the raised edge of an object, esp of something more or less circular such as a cup or crater
the peripheral part of a wheel, to which the tyre is attached
(basketball) the hoop from which the net is suspended
verb (transitive) rims, rimming, rimmed
to put a rim on (a pot, cup, wheel, etc)
(slang) to lick, kiss, or suck the anus of (one’s sexual partner)
(ball games) (of a ball) to run around the edge of (a hole, basket, etc)
Mauritania (international car registration)
The border, edge, or margin of an organ or a part.
Mauritania (international vehicle ID)
noun 1. a low-carbon steel containing enough iron oxide so that there is continuous generation of carbon monoxide during solidification.
noun 1. the outer edge, border, margin, or brink of something, especially of a circular object. 2. any edge, margin, or frame added to or around a central object or area. 3. the outer circle of a wheel, attached to the hub by spokes. 4. a circular strip of metal forming the connection between an […]
pomegranate. (1.) A man of Beeroth (2 Sam. 4:2), one of the four Gibeonite cities. (See Josh. 9:17.) (2.) A Syrian idol, mentioned only in 2 Kings 5:18. (3.) One of the “uttermost cities” of Judah, afterwards given to Simeon (Josh. 15:21, 32; 19:7; 1 Chr. 4:32). In Josh. 15:32 Ain and Rimmon are mentioned […]
a pomegranate breach, or Rimmon of the breach, one of the stations of the Israelites in the wilderness (Num. 33:19, 20).