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  • noun Plural form of gloom.

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Examples

  • [FN#290] A sign of extreme familiarity: the glooms are the hands and the full moons are the eyes.

    Arabian nights. English

  • 290 A sign of extreme familiarity: the glooms are the hands and the full moons are the eyes.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • A major highlight of the pageant is the fire spirit dancer, dressed in a flowing red costume, who appears at the top of the stage to drive away the white-sheeted "glooms" from the base of the giant Zozobra.

    NewMexiKen

  • A major highlight of the pageant is the fire spirit dancer, dressed in a flowing red costume, who appears at the top of the stage to drive away the white-sheeted "glooms" from the base of the giant Zozobra.

    NewMexiKen

  • A major highlight of the pageant is the fire spirit dancer, dressed in a flowing red costume, who appears at the top of the stage to drive away the white-sheeted "glooms" from the base of the giant Zozobra.

    NewMexiKen

  • "glooms" but surely he had had more than his share of serious business lately.

    The Motor Girls on Cedar Lake Or the Hermit of Fern Island

  • Come: sail the mists that bury glooms and bind the shrouds of Easter blooms, in frozen haar of whitest light; unveil the dust-occluded sight.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Come: sail the mists that bury glooms and bind the shrouds of Easter blooms, in frozen haar of whitest light; unveil the dust-occluded sight.

    The Lucifer Cantos 7/13

  • I cannot get through the mists and glooms to press your hand and tell you how dear I hold you.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • The eyes were bestial, yellow-green, the pupils dilating and narrowing with sharp swiftness as they sought about among the lights and glooms of the room.

    CHAPTER XX

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