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Definition of "riming" []

  • Present participle of rime. (verb)
  • That rimes (i.e., covers with rime or hoar frost) something. (adjective)
  • The action or process of dying red-brown by steeping in water with alder twigs. (noun)
  • The process of riming (i.e., covering with rime or hoar frost). (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "riming" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Nicholson's poems are a kind of riming journal of his heart."
  • "These plate-shaped crystals showed evidence of what's known as riming - the accumulation of liquid water - whereas ice particles elsewhere in the cloud showed little or no riming. ""
  • "The temperatures through a fairly deep layer of the atmosphere were above -4 C, resulting in a lot of supercooled liquid water within the cloud which produced riming."