Thesaurus / glim

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What was a "glim," and what did the fellow suggest by silver plate?

VisionariesJames Huneker

Them hot-headed Kentuckians, y' know, they'd dowse a feller's glim for less 'n that.

The Magnetic NorthElizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)

The carriage light was feeble, and the faces I saw above me drooped under the glim, wilted and dingy.

Waiting for DaylightHenry Major Tomlinson

Rokeby looked at her with an astonished respect and a glim of his saving humour.

Married LifeMay Edginton

"Sure enough, they left their glim here," said the fellow from the window.

Treasure IslandRobert Louis Stevenson

"Do top that glim, Bill," said one of the men, in a tremulous voice.

Poor JackFrederick Marryat

“Do top that glim, Bill,” said one of the men, in a tremulous voice.

Poor JackFrederick Marryat

Glim lurk, a begging paper, giving a circumstantial account of a dreadful fire—which never happened.

The Slang DictionaryJohn Camden Hotten

Mr. Glim, the curate, calls occasionally, but the Swancourts don't come into the village now any more than to drive through it.

Bruck two searchlights at one hundred dollars a glim, but that's nothin'.

Overland RedHenry Herbert Knibbs

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