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brim over

1. Of a liquid, to flow over the top of a container. Turn off the burner before the soup brims over!
2. To exhibit something, such as a trait or emotion, to a great degree. With our trip just days away, the kids are totally brimming over with excitement. This song just brims over with emotion.
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brim over (with something)

 and brim with something
to overflow with something. The basket was brimming over with flowers. I was brimming with confidence after my recent success.
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In this picture obtained from Friday, Dolmen Mall's public parking lot can be seen packed to the brim with cars.
It Shell Be Provided With An Integral Brim With A Peak .
Feast your eyes on these mouth-watering images from Accessorize's latest campaign which is lled to the brim with treats.
1 On a steady table top, fill one shot glass right to the brim with vodka.
A cup filled to the brim with good coffee may be a good start to a perfect day.
If you go for a wide brim with a high crown, you can avoid the dreaded "hat hair".
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It's the classic ethics question: If you found a wallet in an airport parking lot filled to the brim with $30,000 cash, would you turn it in to the police or run like hell for the nearest plane to Tahiti?
This neighborhood is filled to the brim with cutting-edge retailers and the high concentration of denim products found here--at stores such as We, Stackhouse, Supreme and G-Star Raw--has garnered it the 'Denim Corridor' label," explains Ms.
They brim with malice or at least delicious glee in satirizing a tiny, insular world that's melodramatic and over-the-top.
The night milk flowed My eye is a pitcher, I am a pitcher - Full to the brim with milk and cream, Brim full with cream and milk .
Jar candles appear to be filled to the brim with succulent, fresh-picked fruits, vegetables and other natural foods that celebrate not only the scents of the season, but now also the rich and colorful sights of the season.
This year's show filled one of the country's largest convention centers to the brim with more than 1.
Wish you had a carry-anywhere book you could fill to the brim with the finest shots of your BFFs?
Are you filled to the brim with dreams, notions and imaginings that are just burning to be put to the page?