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brim in Clothes & fashion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrimbrim1 /brɪm/ noun [countable]  1 DCthe bottom part of a hat that sticks out to protect you from sun and rain an old straw hat with a broad brim2 FULLthe top edge of a container She filled each glass to the brim.filled/full to the brim (=completely full) The cup was filled to the brim with coffee.
Examples from the Corpus
brimSandison bought a very fine pale grey hat with a wide, flat brim and a white hatband.The nails come out and the brim is trimmed.Precise instructions as to the building of a hedge at the brim of the water were given.He tried to straighten out the brim but it had been curled and folded so often it was beyond repair.Quite quickly the whole corridor filled to the brim with the substance of the hydra.Siobham half fills each glass in turn except one which she fills to the brim.Once the axe was full to the brim of bad back spirits it would be banged on the earth to release them.Cory Selliker, his eyes watering under the brim of his black Earnhardt cap, heard Marchman's advice to let go.filled/full to the brimChildren are wise and strong and filled to the brim with compassion.Quite quickly the whole corridor filled to the brim with the substance of the hydra.His eye-sockets were cups, full to the brim.Jacob filled to the brim with sorrow for the woman whom, despite everything, he had loved.Lying in clouds of scent in the sunken tub filled to the brim, that streak of equanimity she had asserted itself.Once the axe was full to the brim of bad back spirits it would be banged on the earth to release them.She was here in the flesh to oblige Miss Beard, but her mind was filled to the brim with Joss Barnet.On the other side of the road at the front of the house a builders' skip was full to the brim.