What is the correct spelling for JIM?

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Correct spellings for JIM

  • aim Two of them shot back at me, an' after thet I wasn't particular to aim high....
  • dim The sight of them grew dim and the music grew faint, and I strained my eyes and my ears for the last of them, and they were gone.
  • jam "And you've been crying your eyes out, I suppose," remarked Mr. Nugent, as he groped in the depths of a tall jar for black-currant jam .
  • jib Anyhow, old, sharp-faced, wrinkled and tanned to the color of a sole-leather trunk, the whole cut of his jib told you at once that he was a regular man-of-war's man-one of a class whose faults I can hardly recall while remembering their sense of duty, their utter disregard of danger, and the reliance with which you can lead them on to attack anything, from a hornet's nest to an iron-clad.
  • jig As Zeke says, I'm a wolf sure enough; but as soon's the beast's hunger is satisfied, I'll rub that leg of yours till you'll want to dance a jig ;" and with the ladle wrung from Stokes's reluctant hand, he began stirring the seething contents of the kettle.
  • rim Lower and lower the sun had sunk, till now its rim touched the horizon.
  • vim Exalted, quivering, she watched them doing as workmen what fell to their hands, yet ever with that whirlwind of vim .
  • Him 6950. Did you fish for him?
  • I'm "Yas'm, 'cose I'm suah.
  • Jim They went on talking, but Jim did not mention the theatre; Liza was surprised, and wondered whether he had forgotten.
  • Kim It was Kim who found him.
  • Tim The miners came often to see him, for they all held him in high regard for what he had done for Tim .