trim[ trim ]SEE DEFINITION OF trim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIM
Their khakis had been fresh washed; so they looked neat and trim.
The cottages with orchards and flower-gardens are trim and comfortable.
Everything was on a colossal scale, and trim as a Dutch interior.
Wash it well in warm water, and trim it nicely, taking off all the fat.
So slight, yet so round, so trim, yet so pliant—she was grace itself.
But he has no cargo in, and they trim their boats like steel-yards.
Then take out the best pieces of giblet, trim them neatly, and set them aside.
It is better to cut full, and trim down to the lines with a chisel or plane.
Wet the edges of that in the basin, lay the cover on, and trim round neatly.
Press the edges lightly together, and trim round with a knife.