Bedim vs Noontide - What's the difference?

bedim | noontide |


As a verb bedim

is to make dim; to obscure or darken.

As a noun noontide is

midday, noon.

As a adjective noontide is

midday.

bedim

English

Verb

  • To make dim; to obscure or darken.
  • * 1843 , '', book 4, chapter VII, ''Tha Gifted :
  • Read in thy New Testament and elsewhere, — if, with floods of mealymouthed inanity, with miserable froth-vortices of Cant now several centuries old, thy New Testament is not all bedimmed for thee.
  • * 1905 , , Ann Wilson Hastings, Edward Hastings, The Expository times: Volume 16 :
  • There will be no folly, nor laughter, nor bedimming of truth [...]
  • * 1818 , , volume 3, chapter 7:
  • Often, when all was dry, the heavens cloudless, and I was parched by thirst, a slight cloud would bedim the sky, shed the few drops that revived me, and vanish.

    Anagrams

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    noontide

    English

    Noun

    (noontides)
  • midday, noon
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • midday
  • * 1610 , , act 5 scene 1
  • *:[..] I have bedimm'd
  • *:The noontide sun, call'd forth the mutinous winds,
  • *:And 'twixt the green sea and the azur'd vault
  • *:Set roaring war [...]