"glim" Definition

  1. a light, a lamp; “dowse the GLIM,” put out the candle. _Sea and Old Cant._ GLIMS, spectacles. _Gaelic_, GLINN, light. _German_ (provincial), GLIMM, a spark.

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Position in the dictionary: 1453 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: glim lurk, gloak, glum, glump, glumpish, go, go along, go due north, go for the gloves, go in
Previous words in the dictionary: glib, glaze, glasgow magistrate, gladstone, give it mouth, give in, give, gingumbob, gingham, gingerly

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