The border, edge, or margin of a thing, usually of something circular or curving; as, the rim of a kettle or basin.
To furnish with a rim; to border.
The outer, often wrinkled and dark brown edge of the shit shoot. The art of exploring this prune-like orifice with your tongue is known as "rimming". To have this done to you would be to receive a "rim job" (also known as "ANAL TONGUE DARTS").
Upper portion, including edge or lip, of vessel, at the mouth (orifice).
The edge of a lunch box running around the front and back sides. The rim is usually lithographed a solid color, but boxes such as Fraggle Rock, Star Wars, and The Osmonds are exceptions.
RIM/ 1. n. the outer often curved or circular edge of something. 2. the outer often wrinkled and dark brown edge of the shit shoot. 3. v. (ing) the art of exploring this prune-like orifice with your tongue (see also "ANAL TONGUE DARTS")
the edge of a bowl or other glass object, see Folded, Galleried, Lip
To run round the edge of the cup.
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A raised area of metal around the outer surface of the face of a coin or flan. The rim is designed to protect the rest of the design on the surface of the coin from wear. Occassionally, beading, dots or denticles are placed directly inside the rim.
The side or edge of the coin. Collectable coins should only be handled by the rim to minimise damage caused by chemicals in human hands. Shown in Illustration 1, top of page.
The edge of known space. Z'ha'dum, the homeworld of the Shadows, is situated near the Rim. Back to the top
the shape of a raised edge of a more or less circular object
the top edge of a vessel
the area on the obverse and reverse of a coin where the border meets the edge. A part of the obverse and reverse die design
A metal support for a tyre upon which the tyre beads are seated.
The raised portion along the edge of the coin. It protects the faces of the coin from wear.
the upper edge of the fruit
the pieces, inside and outside, that fit over the top row of the weaving to form an edge and give stability to the sides of the basket.
edge or border, especially of something circular, often raised.
The inside edge of a toilet bowl. The edge of a lavatory or sink.
The outer edge of a coin, often raised to avoid premature wear
The inside edge of the perimeter of a toilet bowl. The lower portion of a toilet seat. The edge of a sink or lavatory.
The circumference portion of the head of the drum. Also a hit can be produced by slapping the edge of the rim, but one should try this hit only upon mastering the slap hit, otherwise one will injur his or her hands.
The outer border or edge of a gold pan.
the raised area around the edges on both sides of a coin
The raised edge of the crater. It is formed by the outwards and upwards compression of the crater walls, not ejecta.
The raised portion of a coin encircling the obverse and reverse which protects the designs of the coin from wear.
The thin line where border and edge meet.
The outer edge of the wheel, attached to the hub with spokes. (The tire is mounted on the rim.)
the raised edge of a coin created by the upsetting mill.
"Rim" means an unobstructed open edge of a sand interceptor or trap. See "interceptor."
The raised area around the edges of the obverse and reverse of a coin.
The edge of a fixture or container.
To roll around the edge of the cup.
Refers to edge of wine surface as seen through a "ballon" (goblet) style wineglass held at an angle of about 30-40 deg. from the vertical and viewed against white piece of paper or cloth using natural light. Used in evaluation of wine age. In "blind" tasting is about the only way to get an informed perception about the probable life and/or condition of the wine from that date on (see also age / aging, browning, legs).
The rim of a coin is the sharp circular (or otherwise shaped) edge which surrounds the coin design.
The rim of a crater is the part that extends above the height of the local surface, usually in a circular or elliptical pattern. In a more specific sense, the rim may refer to the circular or elliptical edge that represents the uppermost tip of this raised portion. If there is no raised portion, the rim simply refers to the inside edge of the curve where the flat surface meets the curve of the crater bottom.