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  • One common type is small, with a wide rim and a wide base.
  • Due to not having enough rims only three cars could start the first race.
  • Have you ever seen the snow falling fast enough to cover even the rims around them? Cited from Modern Icelandic Plays, by Johann Sigurjonsson
  • They may or may not have rims and between three and four legs.
  • Looks right through me, it seems and beyond, with them there red-rimmed eyes. Cited from Best Short Stores of 1921 ... Yearbook of American Short Story
  • Nor did he return till the sun was well down toward the tree-rimmed horizon. Cited from North of Fifty-Three, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • Over the years new light towers have been placed along the north and south rims.
  • They had never run with these narrow rims in the first place, and were never to do so again.
  • Owners have managed to get hold of these rims over a group buy.
  • Nor had old man Adams, his red rimmed eyes being on the girl. Cited from Six Feet Four, by Jackson Gregory
  • Both color options feature rich-looking black rims and a gold-color drive chain.
  • He went on until the sun was low in the west and all the sky was rimmed with color. Cited from Way of the Lawless, by Max Brand
  • There were black rims under his eyes, and I could see at once that he had had no rest. Cited from The Betrayal, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The sun touched the western hills, rimming them as with a forest fire. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • Due south the plateau rim is formed by three parallel steps with level ground between them.
  • The old woman faced round and looked keenly at him from her little red-rimmed eyes. Cited from A Study In Scarlet, A. Conan Doyle
  • EYES -- Should be a dark brown, with black eye rims and not too far apart. Cited from Dogs and All About Them, by Robert Leighton
  • Her eyes had sunk into her head, and were surrounded by dark rims. Cited from Serge Panine, by Georges Ohnet, v3
  • Often a green rim changes to a green flash and back again during the same sunset.
  • Semi-rimmed cases are less common than the other types.
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Meaning of rim

  • noun The shape of a raised edge of a more or less circular object
  • noun (basketball) the hoop from which the net is suspended
    the ball hit the rim and bounced off
  • noun The outer part of a wheel to which the tire is attached
  • verb Run around the rim of
    Sugar rimmed the dessert plate
  • verb Furnish with a rim
    rim a hat
  • verb Roll around the rim of
    the ball rimmed the basket