Dimly

Dim"ly

, adv. In a dim or obscure manner; not brightly or clearly; with imperfect sight.

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Dim"mish

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Dim"my

(?), } a. Somewhat dim; as, dimmish eyes. "Dimmy clouds." Sir P. Sidney.

Dim"ness

, n. [AS. dimness.] 1. The state or quality being dim; lack of brightness, clearness, or distinctness; dullness; obscurity.
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2. Dullness, or want of clearness, of vision or of intellectual perception. Dr. H. More.

Syn. -- Darkness; obscurity; gloom. See Darkness.
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