- adv.昏暗地，朦胧地，模糊地; 依稀; 影影绰绰; 隐隐约约;
a dimly lit room
I was dimly aware that dozens of curious people were looking at us.
Two lamps burned dimly.
The shoreline could be dimly seen.
Though the shoreline could be dimly seen, it was impossible to judge how far away it was.
He followed her into a dimly lit kitchen.
Christina dimly recalled the procedure.
She was dimly aware of voices shouting.
He was only dimly aware that it was raining.
In Milton's poem, Satan, even after his fall, dimly reflects his former glory.
在弥尔顿的诗中, 撒旦即便失败后, 也能依稀显出昔日的荣光.
A figure was dimly visible in the evening gloom.
She dimly realized that she was trembling.
The room was dimly illuminated by the soft glow of his bedside lamp.
The Wild Goose Pagoda was dimly visible.
The room is dimly lit.
A gray brick tunnel, dimly lighted, led to the elevator shaft.
It appeared that he dimly perceived his time to go had come.
Dimly, as figures seen in a waking dream, these ideas floated through Trina's mind.
I had been dimly aware for some time of a worrying noise.
In the dimly lit hall of one Charlestown tenement he encountered David Powers.
Now they were both stuck in cages a dimly lit room.
What Morgan had only dimly guessed in 187 I is now developed in full consciousness.
The mountain top is dimly visible.
Dimly discernible saw pear, WenLan musk mouth weak.
We perceived the change only dimly.
Dimly, distantly, voices sounded in the stillness.
This is a dimly lit room.
Dimly morning breeze, faint twilight light, passing always have your companionship.
依稀晨风, 依稀暮光, 掠过的总是有你的陪伴.
I can only see dimly the edges of the building on a dark night.
Its rooms are well furnished but dimly lit.
1. in a dim indistinct manner;
"we perceived the change only dimly"
2. in a manner lacking interest or vitality;
"a palely entertaining show"