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Definition of "dimed" [dimed]

  • (of an electric guitar or its amplifier) At volume setting 10 (the loudest). (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of dime. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dimed" in a sentence
  • "Earlier this year, Fenty proposed wholesale hike in business taxes, traffic fines and parking fees and caught hell on the campaign trail - "nickeled and dimed" is how the eventual victor, Vincent C."
  • "Rick Seaney , CEO of, said, Consumers feel like they're being nickeled and dimed, but people who fly on Spirit are already used to it."
  • "Down a hallway the travelled, the sound of falling rocks and screams of people dimed as they got deeper and deeper “now dad you said something about a book what are you on about” said Cara climbing on Ra as it was cramped for the to stand side by side."
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