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- adj. Coated in rime.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding with rime; frosty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered with rime or hoar-frost.
- Frosty; cold.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with frost
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He writes fortunes in clear lip gloss on a funhouse mirror as the oracles take down their tents and their oracular fountains bubble in the rimy night.
It was the first fancy meal she had ever had, and she reveled in every morsel, from the quenelles de brochet sauce Nantua to the bombe glacée that came for dessert, rimy and sumptuous on its silver platter.
It was a rimy evening when he set out to look for Giles.
The yard outside the house was rimy with hoarfrost, and the new sun shone upon it harshly.
His stare was so rimy that my fingers felt as if they were encased in ice.
IN little more than a month after that meeting on the hill — on a rimy morning in departing November — Adam and
Frost-giants and mountain-giants came crowding round the rimy shores of Jötunheim to look across the sea upon the funeral of an Asa.
The teamster arrives with oxen in full steam, and rimy with frozen breath about their indignant nostrils.
It is not far from hence, a mile by measure, that the mere lies; over it hang groves of [rimy] trees, a wood fast-rooted, [and] bend shelteringly over the water; there every night may [one] see a dire portent, fire on the flood.
St. Paul was looking towards the northern region of the earth, from whence all waters pass down, he saw above the water a hoary stone, and north of the stone had grown woods, very rimy.