Word Games

Scrabble US/Canada (OTCWL) Yes (7 Points)
Scrabble UK (SOWPODS) Yes (7 Points)
Words With Friends Yes (8 Points)

Trims Definition

(verb)

Definitions

make (something) neat or of the required size or form by cutting away irregular or unwanted parts


Examples

trim the grass using a sharp mower

Synonyms

(verb)

Definitions

decorate (something), typically with contrasting items or pieces of material


Examples

a pair of black leather gloves trimmed with fake fur

Synonyms

(verb)

Definitions

adjust (a sail) to take advantage of the wind


Examples

her jobs include trimming the spinnaker and dealing with the yacht's plumbing

(verb)

Definitions

get the better of (someone), typically by cheating them out of money.

(verb)

Definitions

rebuke (someone) angrily.

Synonyms

(noun)

Definitions

additional decoration, typically along the edges of something and in contrasting colour or material


Examples

a red blazer with gold trim

the buildings were off-white with a blue trim

Synonyms

(noun)

Definitions

an act of cutting something in order to neaten it


Examples

his hair needs a trim

Synonyms

(noun)

Definitions

the state of being in good order or condition


Examples

no one had been there for months—everything was out of trim

Synonyms

(noun)

Definitions

the degree to which an aircraft can be maintained at a constant altitude without any control forces being present


Examples

the pilot's only problem was the need to constantly readjust the trim

(noun)

Definitions

the way in which a ship floats in the water, especially in relation to the fore-and-aft line


Examples

ships' masters had to check trim and stability before departure