Definition of "trimness" [trim•ness]

  • The property of being trim. (noun)

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Use "trimness" in a sentence
  • "a background of grey rocky hills cool with woods and ravines, and over all the vicinity, that air of exquisite trimness which is artificially produced in England, but is natural here."
  • "a buff frame-house, with a deep verandah festooned with passion flowers, two or three guest houses also bright with trailers, scattered about under the trees near it, a pretty garden, a background of grey rocky hills cool with woods and ravines, and over all the vicinity, that air of exquisite trimness which is artificially produced in England, but is natural here."
  • "Mr. Ends 'snow-white beard, still maintaining its immaculate trimness, pointed ceilingward at an angle of forty-five degrees."