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  1. (v) switch (a car's headlights) from a higher to a lower beam
  2. (v) become dim or lusterless
  3. (v) make dim or lusterless
  4. (v) make dim by comparison or conceal
  5. (v) become vague or indistinct
  6. (adj) lacking in light; not bright or harsh
  7. (adj) lacking clarity or distinctness
  8. (adj) made dim or less bright
  9. (adj) offering little or no hope
  10. (adj) slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity



  1. It's not for nothing that sharks, among the dimmest of the large carnivores, are loners, or that humans far and away the smartest are so enthusiastically collectivist.
  2. In the beginning there were a couple people that were startled, but now even the dimmest person knows what The O'Reilly Factor is, and they're going to be challenged.
  3. But though director Jerry Zucker wants his necrophiliac romance to be sensitive, he pumps up its feelings fortissimo so the dimmest viewer will get the point.


  • Three Super-Earth Planets Found in Habitable Zone of Nearby Star

    GARCHING, Germany (LA Times)- Gliese 667C might be the dimmest of a stellar threesome, but it’s got something its two brighter companions don’t: a trio of super-Earths circling around the star’s skinny habitable zone, where the planets could potentially be …
    on June 26, 2013     Source: FOX40 Sacramento

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