Definition of Plims

1. Verb. (third-person singular of plim) ¹



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Definition of Plims

1. plim [v] - See also: plim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plims

pliest
plieth
plight
plighted
plighter
plighters
plightful
plighting
plightly
plights
plim
plimed
pliming
plimmed
plimming
plims (current term)
plimsol
plimsole
plimsoles
plimsoll
plimsolled
plimsolls
plimsols
pling
plings
plink
plinked
plinker
plinkers
plinking

Literary usage of Plims

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Open-air Studies in Geology by Grenville Arthur James Cole (1902)
"The matter is brought home to us somewhat startlingly when we realise that the catastrophe of plims would have carried away half the island. ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"The bacon plims well in the boiling.' Glouc., SE. Wore., N'hamp., Up.-on- Sev., W. Wore. (plump), and elsewhere, as Wilts., Somers., Heref., Devons. ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1888)
"The first of these plims is regarded as the most systematic and scientific, and the second as next so. Yet circum • stances have made it expedient for the ..."

4. Memoirs of Gen. W. T. Sherman by William Tecumseh Sherman, James Gillespie Blaine (1891)
"... viz., Schofield, Thomas, and McPherson, our general plims, which I inferred from the purport of our conversation here and at Cincinnati. ..."

5. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1873)
"I gain too much flesh here—I have increased a stone's weight, my waistcoat ' plims,' as your local word has it. I have already a corpulent inclining that ..."

6. Open-air Studies in Geology by Grenville Arthur James Cole (1902)
"The matter is brought home to us somewhat startlingly when we realise that the catastrophe of plims would have carried away half the island. ..."

7. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"The bacon plims well in the boiling.' Glouc., SE. Wore., N'hamp., Up.-on- Sev., W. Wore. (plump), and elsewhere, as Wilts., Somers., Heref., Devons. ..."

8. The Popular Science Monthly (1888)
"The first of these plims is regarded as the most systematic and scientific, and the second as next so. Yet circum • stances have made it expedient for the ..."

9. Memoirs of Gen. W. T. Sherman by William Tecumseh Sherman, James Gillespie Blaine (1891)
"... viz., Schofield, Thomas, and McPherson, our general plims, which I inferred from the purport of our conversation here and at Cincinnati. ..."

10. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1873)
"I gain too much flesh here—I have increased a stone's weight, my waistcoat ' plims,' as your local word has it. I have already a corpulent inclining that ..."

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