Definition of 'rimmed'
Example sentences containing 'rimmed'
TIME OF THE WOLF
The lip wobbled, eyes rimmed with tears of uncertainty as his faith in her fought with the evidence before him.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
The waiters, mostly Asian, wore gold epaulettes that made them look like Ruritanian generals; the plate and glassware were rimmed with gold.MURDER SONG
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