Brim refers to an edge or border
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... A boonie hat, also known as a bush hat, is a form of wide-brim hat commonly used by military forces ... design is similar to a bucket hat but with a stiffer brim ... also be provided with which to fix the brim in the style of an Australian bush hat ...
... They are now on the search for Brim, who has been released from the Dark Realm and is imprisoned ... safely, although Seth is almost dragged into Brim's prison ... Malco and Flinch manage to escape with Brim ...
... However, Brim's name is on the cover, so Rion contacts Brackus as to where his last location was ... Brim is frozen in a block of ice, surrounded by sigil slayer eggs ... They split up Seth and Mel retrieve the icons while the others rescue Brim ...
More definitions of "brim":
- (verb): Fill as much as possible.
Example: "Brim a cup to good fellowship"
- (noun): A circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat.
Famous quotes containing the word brim:
“If your letters are as long as the bible, they will appear short to me. Only let them be brim full of affection.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“An oblong puddle inset in the coarse asphalt; like a fancy footprint filled to the brim with quicksilver; like a spatulate hole through which you can see the nether sky. Surrounded, I note, by a diffuse tentacled black dampness where some dull dun dead leaves have stuck. Drowned, I should say, before the puddle had shrunk to its present size.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“The Wye is hushd nor moved along,
And hushd my deepest grief of all,
When filld with tears that cannot fall,
I brim with sorrow drowning song.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)