verb (bedims, bedimming, bedimmed)[with object] literary
Cause to become dim: a slight cloud would bedim the sky
More example sentences
- It is the unbreakable staff of the arm, it has the powerful luster and its light even bedims the radiance of the sun.
- At a Texas State Fair some four or five years since the President of the Confederate States was seen turning, with eyes bedimmed by tears, away from a picture at which he had been silently gazing.
- This is often translated into a feeling of ‘distance’, specifically the notion of observing or having one's view bedimmed or obscured by some form of barrier.
Definition of bedim in:
- The British & World English dictionary