Loading...

American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

Dictionary Search

Dimness


DIMNESS, noun

1. Dullness of sight; as the dimness of the eyes.

2. Obscurity of vision; imperfect sight; as the dimness of a view.

3. Faintness; imperfection; as the dimness of a color.

4. Want of brightness; as the dimness of gold or silver.

5. Want of clear apprehension; stupidity; as the dimness of perception.