Synonyms for glim
Antonyms for glim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLIM
"Sure enough, they left their glim here," said the fellow from the window.
“Do top that glim, Bill,” said one of the men, in a tremulous voice.
Douse your glim, mate; we'll be having them Zeppelins all over us.
There–there, it has switched off the ‘glim’ now–the little, telltale battery.
Finish your cigar, Mr Morton, and douce the glim when you have done.
Then catch—heres the gentlemans toothpicker, and heres his glim.
Meanwhile Tom and Phil had “doused their glim,” and were in bed, but not asleep.
The glim of one of my skylights is dousted, and is battened down for ever.
At this point the order was given, "Douse the glim," and all lights were extinguished.
Bruck two searchlights at one hundred dollars a glim, but that's nothin'.
18c. slang, "a light, candle, lantern;" 19c. slang "an eye," probably a back-formation from glimmer.