1 While he smoked the brim of his tall hat and the bowl of his pipe were just visible beyond the jambs of the outhouse door.
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2 The chalice flowing to the brim.
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3 Imminent little drops of rain hung at the brim of his hat and the collar of his jacket-coat was turned up.
4 Once or twice he pulled down his cuffs with one hand while he held the brim of his hat lightly, but firmly, with the other hand.
5 Alfred Doolittle is an elderly but vigorous dustman, clad in the costume of his profession, including a hat with a back brim covering his neck and shoulders.
6 And, curled about the brim of this confection was the perkiest of green ostrich plumes.
7 She laughed unwillingly, and the laughing reflection under the green brim decided her instantly.
8 We'll drink to-night with hearts as light, To love, as gay and fleeting As bubbles that swim, on the beaker's brim, And break on the lips while meeting.
9 After the winter begun she wore a man's long overcoat and boots, and a man's felt hat with a wide brim.
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10 In addition, Napoleon ordered the almost empty bins in the store-shed to be filled nearly to the brim with sand, which was then covered up with what remained of the grain and meal.
11 The child was already as full to the brim with tricks as a little monkey, and so self-assured.
12 Mr. Bumble raised his eyes piously to the ceiling in thankfulness; and, bringing them down again to the brim of the cup, lifted it to his nose.
13 It was pierced in the brim for a hat-securer, but the elastic was missing.
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14 Filled is exactly the word; certainly the Bishop's day was quite full to the brim, of good words and good deeds.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XIII—WHAT HE BELIEVED
15 He habitually wore a hat with a wide brim, and a long coat of coarse cloth, buttoned to the chin.
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