brim

Part of speech: verb

To fill or be filled to the brim.

Part of speech: noun

The rim, as of a cup; margin; edge; border.

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Usage examples "brim":

  1. Gurn had no time to get back to his former hiding- place; all he could do was to sink into the one arm- chair that was in the room, and conceal his features as well as he could by turning down the brim of the hat and turning up the collar of the cloak which the actor had forgotten. - "Fantômas", Pierre Souvestre Marcel Allain.
  2. That room was full to the brim of something beautiful, and Betsy knew what it was. - "Understood Betsy", Dorothy Canfield.
  3. Dark hair showing under the brim of the hat, steady brown eyes, the mouth exquisite... - "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.