Saturday, 30 March 2013



1. badly illuminated: a dim room
2. not clearly seen; indistinct; faint
3. having weak or indistinct vision
4. lacking in understanding; mentally dull
5. not clear in the mind; obscure
6. lacking in brilliance, brightness, or lustre
7. tending to be unfavourable; gloomy or disapproving
8. to become or cause to become dim
9. (trans.) to cause to seem less bright, as by comparison
10. (US, Canadian) (trans. ) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): dip . to switch (car headlights) from the main to the lower beam

I take him to be a little dim
Something he takes a dim look to
As well as to my presence there

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