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Synonyms for brim

Synonyms for brim

the projecting rim on the front of a cap

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

Synonyms for brim

the top edge of a vessel or other container

a circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat

be completely full

Related Words

fill as much as possible

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Caption: Sarah picked up stitches at the top of the ribbing, cut off the old brim, and knit a new brim from the top down.
Brim Holdings, previously owned by healthcare investment firm Altaris Capital Partners, runs Wadley Regional Medical Center, located in Texarkana, Texas, and Colorado-based Pikes Peak Regional Hospital.
Brim helped create the culture of DIS when the company formed in 1980.
The stiff peaked hat is available in two designs, the classic cream canvas made from pre shrunk canvas with a wide stiffened brim, ventilation eyelets and adjustable chin cord and technical Quick Dry with UPF 50+ in Navy Blue also with reinforced brim, non corrosive ventilation eyelets and easy adjustable chin strap.
Ilsa, I'm no good at being noble, but it doesn't take much to see that the problems of three little people don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world," he had told Ingrid Bergman (playing Ilsa Lund, wife of Nazi-resistance fighter Victor Laszlo) from beneath his shadow-casting brim.
Despite the generally accepted idea that people who wear glasses should avoid wearing hats, Felicity says it's just a case of creating some depth between them and the brim of the hat.
This neighborhood is filled to the brim with cutting-edge retailers and the high concentration of denim products found here--at stores such as We, Stackhouse, Supreme and G-Star Raw--has garnered it the 'Denim Corridor' label," explains Ms.
If you're going for a hat with a brim, wear it set at an angle rather than straight on - asymmetrical lines are very useful.
5]-derived line from the first backcross of a selection from the cross N87-2117-3 x 'Brim' to the cultivar Brim (Burton et al.
Receiving the President's Award, the top honor in the company, were Gary Hansen, technician; Todd Wenzel, membership sales representative; Scott Brim, independent sales representative; Ivan Smith, district sales manager; and Dr.
Generally, the discretionary instructional resources will shrink and they won't buy as much as they have been," Brim predicts.
Environmental Protection Agency's Worker Protection Standard for Agriculture requires a chemical-resistant hood or chemical-resistant hat with a wide brim for pesticide application if the pesticide label calls for head protection.
The night milk flowed My eye is a pitcher, I am a pitcher - Full to the brim with milk and cream, Brim full with cream and milk .
My hat had a brim wide as Saturn, hers was earthbound, no brim at all.
That's what Gene Brim did, leading a leveraged buyout in 1988 of the firm he founded in 1970 and sold in 1983.