I find my glasses and look at Pimples over the rims with my best grounded-for-life glare.
Mr. Kimball gazed slowly over the rims of his spectacles at his nephew.
The rims of his ears are flat, and that is a sign that never fails.'
Upon this latter shelf, and exactly beneath one of the rims of the keg, a small earthern pitcher was deposited.
His hands were red from the cold water, and there were rims of earth in his nails.
Save that the rims of his stolid porcelain-blue eyes were pinkish, as if with suppressed tears, he had not greatly changed.
They did not run a yard that the pilot wheels were not sunk to the rims in snow.
The judge stopped, looking at Ollie from beneath the rims of his specs, as if waiting for her permission to proceed.
Blacken the brake and steering-wheel and the spokes and rims of the wheels.
All drinking vessels should be washed and scalded and the rims should never be handled.
Old English rima "edge, border, verge, coast," as in særima "seashore," literally "rim of the sea," and dægrima "dawn," literally "rim of the day." Related to Old Norse rime, rimi "a raised strip of land, ridge," Old Frisian rim "edge," but with no other known cognates. The snare drummer's rim shot (striking the rim and the head at once) is recorded from 1934.
The border, edge, or margin of an organ or a part.
To lick or suck the anus (1959+ Homosexuals)