• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Stime A slight gleam or glimmer; a glimpse.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n stime A ray of light; a glimmer; a glimpse: not now used except in negative expressions.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Stime stīm (Scot.) a ray of light, a glimmer
    • Stime Also Styme
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Etymology uncertain


In literature:

I don't see stime o' anythin' on tother side the river.
"The Death Shot" by Mayne Reid

In news:

Jenna Brandt, Whitney Card, Maddy Hecox, Hannah Halverson, Kelsey Stimes, Paige Patmythes, Kendall Bottcher and Hailey Frazier.
Bev Stimely, Randy Casner and Jodi Woods, all of Lewistown.

In science:

Elementary computation shows that the last sum is estimated by its first term stimes a constant.
Stochastic version of the Erdos-Renyi limit theorem
Dimostriamo un teorema di shadowing che migliora le stime sul tempo di diffusione sinora note.
Diffusion time and splitting of separatrices for nearly integrable isochronous Hamiltonian systems
By (†††), it follows that the branch γ is counted stimes in (fλ = ∞) and therefore div (fλ )+G (cid:3) 0.
A Theory of Divisors for Algebraic Curves