rim

Part of speech: verb

To provide with a rim.

Part of speech: noun

The edge of an object; a margin; border.

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Usage examples "rim":

  1. It is considered poor play to run from den to den around the outer rim, as there is practically no risk in this. - "Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium", Jessie H. Bancroft.
  2. The witch doctors of the North made their camp on the northern rim of the island; those from the South settled along the southern edge, looking towards what is now the great city of Vancouver. - "Legends of Vancouver", E. Pauline Johnson.
  3. Vane pointed to the butt of the tree, which showed a space of clear wood surrounded by a blackened rim. - "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.