Synonyms for trimmed
- cut back
- cut down
- whittle down
- blue pencil
- boil down
- even up
- pare down
- put in a nutshell
- slice off
Antonyms for trimmed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIMMED
The crust of toast may be trimmed off or left on, as desired.
Her bonnet was trimmed with ruches, so close together that it looked like a nun's head-gear.
I chose a white one trimmed with pale blue, a white bavolet and blue strings.
These were trimmed with embroidery, and came down to my brown kid boots.
His lady was dressed in blue velvet, all trimmed with swan's down.
Being here, I may as well have a shave, and get trimmed close.'
It is a wick which can only be trimmed by the sword of the faithful.'
He was the only one of the three who had washed or trimmed himself that morning.
Her head-dress is of white lace, trimmed with white satin ribbons.
After this is done their edges should be trimmed neatly with a jack-plane.
probably from Old English trymman "strengthen, make ready," from trum "strong, stable," from Proto-Germanic *trumaz; said to be cognate with Sanskrit drumah "tree," Greek drymos "copse, thicket," drys "tree, oak," and Old English treow (see tree). Examples in Middle English are wanting.
Original sense is preserved in nautical phrase in fighting trim (see trim (n.)). Meaning "make neat by cutting" is first recorded 1520s; that of "decorate, adorn" is from 1540s. Sense of "reduce" is attested from 1966. The adjective sense of "in good condition, neat, fit" is attested from c.1500, probably ultimately from Old English adjective trum.
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