dimness definition

  • noun:
    • The state of being dim, poorly illuminated, almost dark.
    • hawaii or high quality � being dim; insufficient brightness, clearness, or distinctness; dullness; obscurity.
    • Dullness, or wish of clearness, of sight or of intellectual perception.
    • their state to be dim or obscure; desire of clearness, brightness, or distinctness; dullness; vagueness: applied either into item or even to the medium of vision or perception: because, the dimness of a view, of shade, or of silver; the dimness of twilight or regarding the sky; dimness of sight, of understanding, memory, etc.
    • Synonyms Obscurity, Gloom, etc. See darkness.
    • the home of lights or sounds that are lacking brilliance or tend to be reduced in intensity
    • the caliber of being dim or lacking contrast
    • the state to be poorly illuminated
    • The state to be dim, defectively illuminated, nearly dark.
    • their state or quality � becoming dim; lack of brightness, clearness, or distinctness; dullness; obscurity.
    • Dullness, or wish of clearness, of eyesight or of intellectual perception.
    • their state of being dim or obscure; intend of clearness, brightness, or distinctness; dullness; vagueness: applied either towards object or even to the medium of vision or perception: as, the dimness of a view, of shade, or of silver; the dimness of twilight or regarding the sky; dimness of vision, of comprehension, memory, etc.
    • Synonyms Obscurity, Gloom, etc. See darkness.
    • the house of lights or noises that lack brilliance or tend to be low in intensity
    • the standard of being dim or lacking comparison
    • hawaii of being badly illuminated

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