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BRIM, noun

1. The rim, lip or broadborder of any vessel or other thing; as the brim of a hat, or of a vessel.

2. The upper edge of a vessel, whether broad or not; as the brim of a cup or glass.

3. The top of any liquor; the edge or that next the border at the top.

The feet of the priests were dipped in the brim of the water. Joshua 3:15.

4. The edge or brink of a fountain; the verge.

BRIM, adjective Public; well known; celebrated. [Not in use.]

BRIM, verb transitive To fill to the brim upper edge, or top.

BRIM, verb intransitive To be full to the brim