from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Gloominess.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare Gloom.
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- noun rare
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Last note, I checked on gloomth and nothing there seems lolita in the slightest.
My dark friend, after sixteen years of totally boring existence, I come to you at last with a glimmer of hope to break through the gloomth that is my miserable life.
I have to say, that as much as I'm all about the peace of the grave and the glorious gloomth of the nonliving and all, it's different when there's a real dead guy you have to walk over, not to mention a really big, angry cat in a sweater.
What a pretty circumstance is the little river! and so far from the position being insipid, to me it has a tranquil cheerfulness that harmonizes with the house, and seems to have been the judicious selection of a wealthy abbot, who avoided ostentation, but did not choose austere gloomth.
I have long been mortified that for these three years you have seen it only in winter: it is now in the height of its greenth, blueth, gloomth, honey-suckle and seringahood.