Definition of Dimmed:
Synonyms of Dimmed:
Sentence/Example of Dimmed:
Use the two-button interface—one on the side, one on the tail—to toggle through its six power levels, from very dim to blindingly bright, or activate the strobe mode for emergencies.
The inability for consumers to switch between networks dims the possibility that competitors could dislodge Facebook.
Though negotiations between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are ongoing, prospects for a deal remain dim.
It sent mega-tsunamis racing across the ocean and dug a roughly 93-mile-wide crater, throwing much of that material into the atmosphere where it blocked and dimmed the sun for years.
Use the two-button interface—one on the side, one on the tail—to toggle through its five power levels, from very dim to blindingly bright, or activate the strobe mode for emergencies.
The sun has been dimming slightly for the last half-century while the Earth heats up, so global warming cannot be blamed on the sun.
Although warm as an oven, it is still cooler than any other known transiting planet because it orbits a very dim star.
Sickness had never blanched the warm glow on her cheeks, or dimmed the brightness of her large, lustrous eyes.
Both were too much overcome for words, but the doctor was the first to continue, as he took off his dimmed spectacles.
Through eyes already dimmed by the instant action of the deadly poison, he peered up at Ward.