Definition of Mimmer
1. mim [adj] - See also: mim
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mimmer
Literary usage of Mimmer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English and Scottish Popular Ballads by George Lyman Kittredge (1896)
"All are silent but mimmer, smallest of Christian men, who offers himself. Gunild holds him cheap for his low stature, and says he had better stay at home ..."
2. The Peacock, and Other Poems; Or, Songs of the South by James Hampton Lee (1901)
"Saving life, the far-off swimmer Thinks of not what's thought of him or— Well, one like him sought Miss mimmer, Until ten— Until midnight sought Miss ..."
3. The Peacock, and Other Poems; Or, Songs of the South by James Hampton Lee (1901)
"Saving life, the far-off swimmer Thinks of not what's thought of him or—- Well, one like him sought Miss mimmer, Until ten— Until midnight sought Miss ..."
4. Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness (1873)
"... Sh. wrote,' MImmer-,str'//«..;;' ie, Than lust, which, like a summer plant, runs up to seed during that season, and quickly afterwards dies away. ..."
5. Publications by Manx Society, Brandeis Lawyers' Society (1882)
"... th.it no persons should presume to keep more live stock than they had past'ira^e for in mimmer, and hay or other fodder for in winter ; end to have this ..."
6. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1889)
"I have been exploring the country all mimmer on my bicycle, and have enjoyed it, in spite of sunie of the " header-. " 1 have had. ..."