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stime

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noun \ˈstīm\

Definition of stime

chiefly Scottish & Irish

  1. :  glimmer; also :  glimpse



Origin and Etymology of stime

Middle English (northern dialect)


First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with stime

chime, climb, clime, crime, cyme, dime, disme, grime, lime, mime, prime, rhyme, rime, slime, thyme, time


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