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  • n. 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

  • "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

  • 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

  • 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

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

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • We, as personalities, float like fog-wisps through glooms and darknesses and light-flashings.

    CHAPTER XXII

  • “Through thickest glooms look back, immortal shade.”

    DARKWATER

  • It responds when hurt, Blooms and glooms when fed with manure and water but its heart break when neglected or more importantly being cut by man for its personal use.

    GROW AND SAVE TREES

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