Fill something so completely as almost to spill out of it
large tears brimmed in her eyes
Be possessed by or full of feelings or thoughts
he is brimming with ideas
The projecting edge around the bottom of a hat
a soft hat with a turned-up brim
The upper edge or lip of a cup, bowl, or other container
tankards frothing to the brim
be completely full; "His eyes brimmed with tears"
the top edge of a vessel or other container
a circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat
fill as much as possible; "brim a cup to good fellowship"
(brimming) brimful: filled to capacity; "a brimful cup"; "I am brimful of chowder"; "a child brimming over with curiosity"; "eyes brimming with tears"
Brims is a village in Orkney, Scotland.
an edge or border (originally specifically of the sea or a body of water); the topmost rim or lip of a container; a projecting rim, especially of a hat; to be full to overflowing
(brimmed) Having a brim
(Brimming) This is when a female pig comes into season and is ready to accept the boar.
The broad, flattened upper edge or rim of a plate, dish or charger surrounding the deeper body of the flatware.
A brim is the part of a hat that is horizontal
the projecting edge of the hat; you should handle your hat by the brim of the hat, especially if it is made of straw, to prevent any damage to the crown
Also known as a Bill or Visor. Usually made of plastic surrounded by fabric. The fabric used is most commonly canvas, but can also be brushed cotton, wool, denim, suede, etc. The brim is held down with symmetrical rows of stitching. ...
The upper surface of a body of water.
The band framing the face. Can be very narrow, nonexistent, or extremely exaggerated.
n. kandha. M; up to the brim. Dakadak; munhon munh ; munha munh;