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dim lee

  • r  in a dim indistinct manner
    we perceived the change only dimly
  • r  in a manner lacking interest or vitality
  • r  with a dim light
    a dimly lit room

  • The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesnt know what it is.
  • In a dimly lit corner of a Paris bar a delighted young divorce describes in a soft voice how she spent the day throwing snowballs for the first time in her life.
  • As they do at countless collegiate parties everywhere, the couples wriggled to the watusi and gyrated to the jerk, while recorded drums and saxophones resounded in the dimly lit .
News & Articles

  • State Republicans Look For Help, Respect From National Party
    For Connecticut Republicans, the road to revitalization led to the dimly lit dining room of a West Hartford restaurant.        
    June 23, 2013 - Hartford Courant
  • Beach developer Bruce Thompson makes no apologies
    VIRGINIA BEACH Developer Bruce Thompson ducked into the dimly lit hotel martini bar. “This is where we work out our deals, in dark back rooms,” he said Friday, sitting down on a sleek leather couch. “Everything you’ve heard is true.” It was the slightly defensive joke of a man who knows the rap against him but believes it’s undeserved.
    June 23, 2013 - The Virginian-Pilot

  • Lawrence Krauss in Reuters.uk
    Physicist Lawrence Krauss of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland said if humankind fails to change course on global warming, "there's a great possibility that the Earth in the year 2100 will only dimly resemble our planet today -- and as it...
  • Melanie Sloan in Politico
    This is the kind of deceptive marketing that the FTC looks very dimly at,Sloan said.
  • Ruth Moody in BCLocalNews
    Now we've closed another chapter in the Jennys' story and opened a new one,says Ruth. "We're thrilled to be writing it with Heather. She'sa kindred spirit. That we can find the magic while laughing and singing together in a dimly lit...

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